"That's why presidents shouldn't have their campaigns talking to foreign leaders," Senator Chris Murphy tweeted, referring to Trump, Giuliani and Ukraine.
"Hey @Fahrenthold: You mind if I borrow this for cold introductions to sources?" a reporter tweeted in Washington Post David Fahrenthold's defense. "It's pretty, pretty good."
Many tweets with the hashtag #FiveWordsOfAdviceForTrump asked Trump to resign, including one stating, "Please leave the White House."
President Donald Trump said Tuesday he regrets some of his retweets, but not necessarily his original tweets.
"I, uh, I, look I — I didn't do the tweets, Chuck. I can't talk about why he did what he did," Rick Scott told Meet the Press Sunday.
"The president just went on and clarified his comments," Mnuchin said. "I think he speaks for himself on that."
His real name is "Jason Momoa," but mimosas are good, too.
Trump's frustration with recent polls boiled over Monday night as he labeled Fox News "fake news" for discussing polling data showing him losing badly in 2020.
"I could've watched an hour of this."
Trump's tweets catalyzed a decrease in the yuan's value, significant drops in the three major U.S. stock indicies and a decline in oil prices.
"He spends his weekend obsessing over great men," McCain said of Trump on Monday.
The lawyer and husband of Kellyanne Conway tweeted that all Americans should be seriously thinking about President Donald Trump's "mental condition and psychological state."
"I hope the new garden brings renewed strength to each child that visits," Melania Trump stated.
The powerful lobby group sent out an email asking for support in the wake of controversy sparked by Omar's tweets.
"We have to always be willing to step back and think through criticism, just as I expect people to hear me when others attack me for my identity," Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar said.
Adam Schiff, chairman of the House intelligence committee, said the panel would probe the financial interests of Trump, his family and allies to determine if those interests are driving the president's or his administration's decisions.
"Looks like he's having a whole lot of 'executive time,'" Don Lemon said about the president, whose schedule has been noticeably light this week.
Lt. Brian Tate, a Columbia Police Department veteran is being probed for pillorying homeless people and slighting races while calling out gang violence as a consequence for the Confederacy's defeat in the Civil War.
West went on a Twitter spree, posting about Trump, God, MAGA hats, taxes and 2024.
As Trump continues to tweet and rant against the Federal Reserve and its chairman, he's setting off further market losses and damaging the global economy, said former senior economic officials.
"If Mueller's investigation were truly a 'witch hunt,' then Donald Trump would be hanging naked from chains in a cold barn somewhere," a witchcraft author said.
Fox News host and Trump sycophant Sean Hannity was caught deleting past tweets that tied him to the president's former attorney, Michael Cohen, hours before Cohen was sentenced to prison.
Donald Trump loves to talk about the stock market, but the stock market does not love the president's tweets, according to a majority of voters.
The Baltimore Ravens issued a statement Sunday condemning racist tweets posted by fullback-defensive lineman Patrick Ricard between 2011 and 2014.