"Let's also talk about judgment, one of the foreign leaders you mentioned meeting was Bashar al-Assad," Buttigieg said to Gabbard. "I would not sit down with a murderous dictator like that."
"Our Democratic Party is unfortunately not the party that is of, by and for the people," Gabbard said.
"I think there is a neurological issue that is not being addressed," Dr. David Scheiner said.
"For a judge, you should know better," Juan Williams responded loudly, as Jeanine Pirro continued to shout over him: "I know a lot more!"
"Marijuana should be legalized, and drug consumption should be decriminalized," Ocasio-Cortez said, hours after Biden's remarks. "These are matters of public health."
"These ambassadors were upset that the president somehow was going around them," Nunes told Fox News. "Well, tough. Tough."
The clip demonstrating Sanders' impressive basketball skills comes roughly six weeks after the senator suffered a heart attack.
Mark Esper's announcement comes after Japan's Defense Chief Taro Kono warned the U.S. official that such an "act of goodwill" will not likely persuade North Korea to change his mind.
"Look, the president communicates in ways that sometimes I wouldn't," Chris Stewart said.
"He's been racist, he's been a jerk," Ana Navarro said, "he's attacked people like me, he's attacked Donna Brazile, he's attacked Don Lemon."
"I appeal to the president to pardon me," Stone reportedly told Jones, "because to do so would be an action that would show these corrupt courts that they're not going to get away with persecuting people for their free speech."
Although the New York medical examiner ruled that Jeffrey Epstein death had been caused by suicide, it did not stop conspiracy theories from emerging across America.
"It is exasperating to many Republicans to see the party not loudly, passionately, and fully standing up for this president as the damn fools in Washington try to overthrow him," Dobbs said.
Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates told a court Tuesday that Trump did discuss WikiLeaks with Roger Stone in 2016.
"It would be counterproductive," Republican Senator John Cornyn said.
"We're trying to remind everyone in Congress, especially the Republicans that we should approach this matter with gravitas," Chris Truax, RRL's legal adviser, told Newsweek.
The suspect was arrested by police and later identified by local news outlets as 32-year-old Hoyt Hutchinson.
Republicans "are going to try and discredit the witnesses. But as Sam Stein said, they are unimpeachable witnesses," Susan Del Percio said
"Soon as they showed him at game we had that bad swacky!!" the former University of Alabama college star tweeted.
As of Sunday afternoon, Hoyt Hutchinson's GoFundMe page had raised over $32,500 from roughly 1,400 donors, an amount that exceeded its $6,000 goal.
"Maybe we're held to a different standard," Klobuchar said.
"Kelly and Tillerson confided in me that when they resisted the president, they weren't being insubordinate, they were trying to save the country," the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations revealed.
The 20-foot-tall balloon was at a nearby park during Trump's appearance at the LSU game when an unnamed man stabbed it with a knife.
"President Trump called him weak, confused, ineffective," S.E. Cupp said.
"He's had 85 people leave the White House and those people are going to start turning on him," the former White House communications director said.
Sherry Ellis, 73, of Magnolia, found out that she had been declared legally dead when she recently arrived at the pharmacy to collect her medicine prescription.
"One billionaire calls another billionaire and asks him to run for president—I'm shocked!" Warren tweeted.
This inquiry will also not "facilitate the President's effort to threaten, intimidate, and retaliate against the whistleblower who courageously raised the initial alarm," Schiff said.
"I feel like the movie takes kids seriously," Schwartman tells Newsweek. "I like the take on it, that it was evolving out of something very practical and somewhat selfish."
"I don't trust Adam Schiff to be fair," Graham said.