Clinton told Al Sharpton that Obama Democrats are rallying to her campaign.
“I think we’re hurting our chances to win the general election," McCain said.
Christie said his record shows he can "keep the Republican Party together."
Cecile Richards said a video purporting to show a live-birth abortion has been discredited.
“There’s one basic and pretty simple solution," Kelly said.
Trump said the U.S. cities with the toughest laws have the biggest problems.
“The people are waiting to make up their minds,” Jeff Kaufmann said.
Discussions also turned to a possible shutdown and the 2016 presidential race.
Rep. Devin Nunes said Obama will have to "draw some real red lines in the sand."
“It’s obviously even more complex, I think, than we would have envisioned,” Power said.
Fiorina criticized the "Meet the Press" host for not asking Clinton about the issue.
Boehner said he would've won an election to keep the Speakership.
Discussions also turned to the 2016 presidential race.
Sanders's numbers are beginning to solidify in the Granite State.
“They don’t want ISIS going into Russia either," Trump said.
Trump said the U.S. should not intervene in the war-torn country.
“You need 218 votes on the floor of the House," Chaffetz said.
Trump's lead in New Hampshire is only 5 points, NBC News/WSJ/Marist pollsters found.
"There’s so many trouble spots," Bill Richardson said.
O'Malley also criticized Clinton for waiting to announce her opposition to Keystone.
“No, I wish it were true,” Pelosi said Sunday.
The Democratic presidential candidate said money still controls politics.
The 2016 GOP candidate said Boehner's critics should "look in the mirror."
The outgoing Speaker said there would not be a shutdown over Planned Parenthood.