Democrats need to net at least four seats to win a Senate majority.
"Donald is a sore loser," Cruz said of the GOP presidential front-runner.
"There's going to be a sense of inevitability," Sam Clovis said.
"You know, he was put on there for a reason," Andrew Jackson VI said.
"The party has to unite," Trump said of the GOP.
Trump gave himself an intro from offstage at a Pennsylvania rally.
He called it a "mistake" to have never seen Prince in concert.
"The key test is succeeding with voters," Tad Devine said.
"This is fun," Reince Priebus said.
"I do hope that the Republican Party picks up the pieces," Rep. Charles Rangel said.
Stuart Jolly is leaving his role as national field director.
Obama added that a review of 28 redacted pages concerning 9/11 is ongoing.
Sanders said parts of Baltimore and the West Bank have comparable hardships.
"Clearly, politics makes strange bedfellows," Linda McMahon said.
Clinton and Sanders are neck and neck in Indiana before its May 3 voting contest.
"This is when you see you're not going to win," the former Vermont governor said.
At issue are reports of eligible voters getting removed from voter registration rolls.
"I like the idea of saying, 'We can do so much more,'" Biden said of Sanders.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal called Clinton "the stronger and more effective candidate."
Marla Maples and Tiffany Trump say they likely getting agency guards.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz said that there are "no violations" in DNC fundraising rules.
Obama said not cooperating with Russia "would serve neither of our interests."
“I think I know what it’s going to say,” he said.
Jeff Weaver said only one-third was going to benefit down-ballot candidates.