“They’re fantastic people,” Rep. Adam Kinzinger said.
Iranian nuclear negotiations and the 2016 campaign also shared the spotlight.
The senator said Obama has "lost touch with reality."
The former governor said a decision will likely come in the spring.
"I think it's harmful to the U.S.-Israel relationship," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
The former senator said humans are not contributing to climate change.
"Our policies on this are pretty well set," McDonough told "Fox News Sunday."
McDonough said the U.S. cannot be an "occupying force" in places like Yemen or Syria.
Dan Pfeiffer said there are elements that Republicans have supported in the past.
The senator said the U.S. needs to hone its intelligence-gathering capability.
The GOP senator said he has established a “testing the waters committee."
Rep. Jason Chaffetz said Romney has been proven right on domestic and foreign policy issues.
Administration officials have not previously released the woman's name.
John Kasich, a possible 2016 candidate, is promoting a balanced budget amendment.
"It is not what Islam is about," Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said.
The governor said the Obama administration is trying to redefine the American dream.
McDonough pointed to efforts to "put the middle class first."
The former senator called for the GOP to "be a unifying party in America."
"This is most important relationship we have in world," McDonough said.
President Obama's proposed tax plan and 2016 were also discussed.
Rubio expressed doubts that any agreement will come out of nuclear talks.
"We have got to take them on with everything we've got," David Cameron said.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) argued that the plan won’t help grow the economy or provide more jobs.
Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) said he expects that data will pour in over the next few months.