In a raw op-ed, the congressman reflected on how his service in the Air Force and Congress haven't shielded him from racist remarks.
The Democratic congressman called the president's comments "bigoted" and "un-American."
“Do not hold your head high, but hang it in shame," one tweeter fired back at the now-former White House press secretary.
During a House Judiciary Committee hearing on white nationalism, Lieu aired a video of the conservative commentator's remarks from a December event.
During a hearing on hate crimes and white supremacy, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) played an audio recording of Turning Point USA activist Candace Owens’ past remarks on Adolf Hitler, in which she stated, “If Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well — OK fine.”
Walter Shaub accused members of Congress who participated in a Kuwaiti bash at the Trump International Hotel in Washington of "complicity."
Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu, who represents part of Los Angeles, said Monday he's backing the senator's presidential bid.
Twitter had a field day with Romney’s Trump-bashing editorial.
The Democratic lawmaker described the partial government shutdown as a "failure of Republican leadership."
"The train has left the station," according to the Judiciary Committee Democrat, who also said the president broke the law with several tweets.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy ripped the kingdom's version of the journalist's death as "preposterous."
The Supreme Court nominee's denial of heavy drinking should be crucial to the FBI's investigation, said Lieu (D-Calif.).
The Democratic lawmaker spelled it out for the president.
It's about being opposed to "ripping kids away from their parents," tweets Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.).
If the federal watchdog chooses to take the case, this would be the 19th probe into the EPA administrator.
Presiding officer Karen Handel told him to cut the audio on the grounds of "breach of decorum."
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) remained steadfast on the House floor while playing heart-wrenching audio of detained children separated from their parents, despite fierce opposition from Rep. Karen Handel (R-GA).
Charges against Sherry Chen were dropped, but the Commerce Department still fired her.
That should help the surging "Dem wave," the California Democrat quipped.
"Follow the money," Rep. Ted Lieu said of the National Rifle Association's pro-Trump efforts.