"Don't come for Jimmy Carter," former Arizona senator is warned.
“He can speak to those states that President Trump won," the former GOP senator said.
Ana Maria Archila, a sexual assault survivor and community organizer from Queens, New York, will be the Democratic congresswoman's guest.
Reverse Psychology 101: Don't announce that you're using reverse psychology.
Twitter had a field day with Romney’s Trump-bashing editorial.
"Like I said, I haven’t ruled it out," he said. "I’m a long way from there, but somebody needs to and I think that the country needs to be reminded of what it means to be conservative."
Sens. Tim Scott and Jeff Flake joined Democrats in rejecting Thomas Farr to be a lifetime federal judge.
He made the announcement shortly after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell objected to Flake's request to hold a vote on a bill shielding the special counsel.
The GOP senator, who retires in January, added: "This wasn’t an issue that Congress was involved in, it was an executive decision."
Kyrsten Sinema is making history, becoming Arizona’s first ever female Senator and the first openly bisexual Senator.
“You know, she was very compelling; he was very persuasive,” Flake said.
Democrat refuses to take the bait over 2003 comments on the Iraq War as the two congresswomen vie to replace Sen. Jeff Flake.
"November is coming," Ana Maria Archila said after Brett Kavanaugh was voted onto the nation's highest court.
So much for taking a stand.
All eyes now turn to Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), who has yet to announce her decision.
If either Susan Collins or Joe Manchin votes yes, the judge will be confirmed to the Supreme Court.
Sens. Susan Collins and Jeff Flake are among those who haven't said how they'll vote on the Supreme Court nominee.
No Republicans have said they will vote against Kavanaugh, although four have not committed to supporting him.
Sen. Susan Collins called the investigation "very thorough."