Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) Ernst is demanding a cap on what she sees as excessive perks and benefits received by former U.S. presidents.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan refuted reports that he was "furious" over President Trump's surprise budget deal with Democratic leaders on Wednesday.
Billionaire Mark Cuban said President Trump's deal with Democrats on the federal budget and hurricane funding "hit the nail on the head."
Tucker Carlson debated a preacher on the merits of President Trump's budget.
Budget Director Mick Mulvaney slammed what he says is not mere fear-mongering but outright lies by Democrats about President Trump's federal budget.
Hillary Clinton blasted the Trump White House's budget proposal, saying it would hurt millions of Americans.
A former economic advisor to President Obama accused the Trump administration of using "accounting gimmicks and borderline fraud" in its budget.
Mayor Bill de Blasio (D-New York City) said that "some children will die" if President Trump's budget proposal passes.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said President Trump's budget plan respects taxpayers by letting them keep more of their money.
A former campaign advisor to Bill Clinton said that it's "plain as the sky is blue" that the economy does better under Democratic administrations than Republican ones.
In his opening monologue, Sean Hannity said congressional Republicans "rolled over" and allowed the Democrats to score a win on budget negotiations.
Charles Krauthammer said that it is "reasonable" for President Trump and the Republicans to threaten to drop the "nuclear option" on legislation.