"Richard Spencer, the white nationalist leader, says he could vote for you," co-host Joy Behar pointed out.
"The Daily Show" host asked the former secretary of state about the right-wing conspiracy theories she is accused of being a part of.
"Tulsi is a SENATOR, meaning she's in the SENATE and doesn't vote on HOUSE resolutions," the right-wing commentator tweeted.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard demanded the U.S. government declassify any documents tying the Saudi government to the 9/11 terrorist hijackers and called for an end to all Saudi aid Tuesday in New York.
Lara Trump seemed to side with Gabbard rather than Hillary Clinton, who suggested that Gabbard is a Russian asset.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate told Fox News host Sean Hannity that she didn't know what was going on at the "closed door" hearings.
Russia is set to interfere in the 2020 elections, and Republicans are happy to let it happen. Gabbard could benefit them both.
Clinton has called Gabbard "the favorite of the Russians." Gabbard hit back, calling the failed 2016 presidential hopeful the "queen of warmongers."
Tulsi Gabbard escalated her war of words with Hillary Clinton in a Twitter video, telling Clinton to "step down from your throne."
The Fox News host said the unsubstantiated accusation was "lunacy" and called Hillary Clinton "reckless" and "silly" in his defence of Rep. Gabbard.
Andrew Yang, Pete Buttigieg and Beto O'Rourke are among the 2020 candidates who have defended Tulsi Gabbard after Hillary Clinton accused her of being a Russian agent.
I agree with Hillary Clinton's assessment: Gabbard's campaign and messaging are at risk of being weaponized by Moscow to interfere with and manipulate our election.
"I consider [Gabbard] a competitor. I respect her service," Buttigieg said. "I would prefer we had arguments in terms of policy."
2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard responded to Hillary Clinton's "Russian asset" accusation Sunday in a video demanding an end to Democratic Party corruption.
President Trump tweeted: "As you may have heard, I was called a big Russia lover also (actually, I do like Russian people. I like all people!). Hillary's gone crazy!"
Jill Stein and Tulsi Gabbard said Hillary Clinton continues to blame everyone but herself for losing the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump.
Tulsi Gabbard responded to an insinuation made by Hillary Clinton on a podcast that Russia is grooming one of the candidates running in the Democratic presidential primary to be a third party candidate favorable to their interests.
"They're also going to do third party again, and I'm not making any predictions, but I think they've got their eye on somebody who is currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate. She's the favorite of the Russians," Clinton told 'Campaign HQ.'
Gabbard took to Twitter later Tuesday evening—and again Wednesday morning—claiming that CNN had interrupted her line of questioning toward Warren as a protective gesture.
"Respectfully congresswoman, I think that is dead wrong," Buttigieg said to Gabbard. "We can end this war without embracing Donald Trump's policies."
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is in the lower tier of Democratic presidential candidates in terms of net worth, although she has stored away a steady amount of money from real estate investments.
"That's not just an allegation," Bakari Sellers said. "I firmly believe that Tulsi Gabbard stands on that stage and is the antithesis to what the other 11 individuals stand for."
With recent events that have rapidly unfolded in Syria, including Trump's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from the region, Gabbard—for better or worse—will likely be afforded a chance to again set herself apart in Tuesday's Democratic debate when it comes to her isolationist foreign policy stance.
"The DNC and the corporate media are rigging the election again," the Hawaii congresswoman claimed.
Co-hosted by GLAAD and The Advocate, multiple presidential candidates appeared, though Bernie Sanders was a notable no-show.
The Democratic presidential candidate criticized the president after he said he was "waiting to hear" from Saudi Arabia before acting in regards to the weekend Aramco drone attack.
According to the DNC requirements, the representative from Hawaii didn't meet the 2 percent threshold in enough polls to make the cut.
University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen said gaps between civilians and members of the military breed misunderstandings and allow assumptions to take root.
The Democratic presidential candidate argued that Republicans and Democrats "should facilitate the process of Democracy [but] not in any way dictate the process."