By The Hill staff - 01/03/16 12:34 PM EST
GOP candidates hammer Obama's executive action on guns
“This president wants to act as if he’s a king, as if he’s a dictator,” Christie said.
Trump: Obama setting precedent on executive orders
Trump also said he would rescind several of the executive orders issued by Obama.
Trump: Cruz copying my immigration plan
Trump also said he is not worried about polls that show him trailing Cruz in Iowa.
Fiorina: Obama ‘lawless’ with executive order on guns
“The thing the president should be doing ... is enforcing the laws that we have.”
Fiorina defends ‘tongue-in-cheek’ Rose Bowl tweet
“Can’t a girl have a little fun?” Fiorina asked on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Kasich compares Trump's political experience to Obama's
"I just sometimes wonder whether the party’s got amnesia,” Kasich said.
Carson: ‘We’re in a different ball game’
"We need the ability to execute," he said after the loss of key staffers.
Carson: ‘Political correctness will destroy us if we don’t wake up’
"Let’s not get so concerned about how offended our enemies are.”
Rand PaulRand PaulOvernight Energy: Trump outlines 'America First' energy plan in North Dakota Overnight Regulation: GOP slams new Obama education rules Paul blocks chemical safety bill in Senate MORE: Hillary will 'take us back to war'
Paul also accused Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzTrump take victory lap over rivals' remarks What happens when the GOP base abandons the party platform? Fiorina returns to attack Clinton's 'lust for power' MORE of copying his stance on foreign policy.
Sanders: Bill ClintonBill ClintonThe Trail 2016: Interleague play Could Romanian hacker ‘Guccifer’ assist FBI’s probe of Clinton? Trump: Vince Foster shouldn’t be a campaign issue MORE’s sexual history not fair game
"I think we got more things to worry about than Bill Clinton’s sexual life."
Sanders promises to release full tax plan before Iowa caucuses
“We have more to do, and we will be doing that in the very near future,” he said.
Poll: Republicans angrier than Democrats
More than three quarters of Republicans said they now get angry at least once a day.
Kudlow strongly hints at Senate run
Kudlow insinuated that he will challenge Sen. Richard BlumenthalRichard BlumenthalSenate amendments could sink email privacy compromise Groups urge Senate to oppose defense language on for-profit colleges Lawmakers push to elevate Cyber Command in Senate defense bill MORE in Connecticut.
King: Americans have lost faith in Obama over ISIS
"What the president has to do is stop claiming that we have ISIS contained."
Taliban gaining ground in Afghanistan, former CIA chief says
"I would expect major gains going forward," Michael Morell said.
Republican: US has ‘no plan at all’ in Syria
Rep. Lee Zeldin is worried about America's approach in Syria and Libya.
Dershowitz: Ban on refugees unconstitutional
The famed lawyer warned against temporary blocks becoming long-term policies.
Dem touts success of Iran nuclear deal
Jerrold Nadler said the nuclear agreement has already shown signs of progress.