The damning letter, which helped deny Sessions a federal judgeship in 1986, was never entered into the congressional record. It was finally published Tuesday evening.
"You should not have been going to Texas, which you clearly were not going to win, when you should have been in Wisconsin and Michigan," Rep. Mark Pocan said.
"So far it's pretty quiet on those huge, transformational issues that won us a new map," said Brat, who ousted Majority Leader Eric Cantor in 2014.
"Cities like Richmond and Baltimore and Philadelphia have black mayors, have black city councils, have black police commissioners. How can it be systemically racist if these men and women today are actually in control of the city?" Bannon asked.
Tapping Reince Priebus as chief of staff was a "good PR move," Breitbart's editor Alexander Marlow said.
Milwaukee had a 41,000 drop in voter turnout Tuesday from 2012.
"We do need an overhaul and a completely new approach," Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan said.
"We do live in a country that is amazing enough that it allows for that."
"I decided to vote for Donald Trump because, I think, that the things we can accomplish outweigh the risks of problems with judgments or bad decisions."
Trump's "about to have the burden of the whole country—and to some extent the whole world—on his shoulders."
"We've got to learn again how to connect with working-class voters," said Rep. Steve Israel, who also used to run the House Democrats' campaign arm.
"I'm going to very busy today. We're going to do a lot of planning," Trump added.
"The hobbits finally had a chance to speak."
King added that Bill Clinton's meeting with Loretta Lynch on a Phoenix tarmac in July "absolutely stinks."
Ryan also confirmed that Donald Trump "does actually support our agenda. He may not talk about it or run on it, but he does support our 'Better Way' agenda."
"My conscience — as an activist, a strategist — is clear."
"Pennsylvania's going to be closer than I thought it would be," the state's former governor said.
"There's a lot of unfinished work to do," Ryan said.
"A vote for anyone else is a vote for Hillary Clinton."
"If we retain the Senate majority, which I'm hopeful of, we should also work with our House colleagues to continue our investigations."