“We’ve all agreed for a long time that we need to invest more in American infrastructure, we just disagree about how to pay for it," Sen. Chris Coons said.
"There's a lot of confusion in the Twitterverse about that," the Texas senator confessed.
Watch this spectacular self-own by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) as he attempts to trip assistant attorney general nominee Kristen Clarke.
Kristen Clarke informed Sen. John Cornyn that the line in the op-ed he'd dug up was satirical.
Tweeting baseless conspiracy theories does not mean a president is "in charge," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
The GOP Texas senator spun a Politico article to bash the president, and Twitter unloaded on him.
"Imagine thinking it’s a bad thing to want to treat all humans humanely," one Twitter user noted.
The CNN anchor lambasted Texas Sen. John Cornyn for criticizing fiery social media posts of Justice Department nominee Vanita Gupta while ignoring Trump's.
The civil rights leader has a ton of support from law enforcement organizations. Some Republicans want to paint her as anti-cop anyway.
GOP lawmakers are desperately trying to deflect blame away from Donald Trump and themselves.