"This is certainly impeachable conduct of the sort that this president has engaged in from the very beginning," Laurence Tribe told Newsweek.
Fifteen Republicans have already announced that they will not be returning to Congress next year.
"That's what he was saying, it was just her son. That's not — that's just what he said," Brzezinski said.
Eleven candidates have already met the requirements to participate in the fourth Democratic primary debate.
The Vermont senator is now estimated to be worth as much as $2.5 million.
"I don't want to feel like he can just slime whoever he wants and get away with it with no accountability," Ball said in an on-air response.
"It is unlikely this pending FDA action will have a significant impact on the cannabis vapor market," Paul Armentano, the deputy director at NORML, told Newsweek.
"Part of this has to be trying to educate the public about what Donald Trump did. And that this is not even the worst of it," former federal prosecutor Nick Akerman said.
Protesters gathered outside the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday to rally against President Trump's latest judicial nominee Steven Menashi.
" He's utterly unfit. He's INCAPABLE of thinking about anything but himself," former congressman Joe Walsh tweeted about Trump on Wednesday morning.
Trump said last month that he was "possibly" looking into hosting the next G7 summit at his Miami golf resort.
A Monmouth University poll released in late August showed a virtual three-way tie nationally among Biden, Warren and Sanders.
This will be President Trump's second "Keep America Great" rally in the swing state since July.
President Trump has tweeted about Alabama and Hurricane Dorian at least a dozen times since Sunday, September 1.
"Look if you think about it, white supremacy is the thing beneath the surface of American life that has come closest to ending American life," Buttigieg said on The Breakfast Club.
"Texas must achieve several objectives to better protect our communities and our residents from mass shootings," Gov. Abbott said in a press release announcing the executive action.
The live event will start at 5 p.m. ET and is expected to last at least seven hours.
"Side note: With universal background checks, I wouldn't be able to let my friends borrow my handgun when they travel alone like this," Dan Crenshaw tweeted.
"We face a lot of challenges in this country right now but in a lot of ways climate change is going to make 2019 look easy," one expert told Newsweek.
"You don't believe he's ever lied?" Joe Walsh asked Fox Business host Stuart Varney.
Satellites from the space agency have been tracking thick smoke and high temperatures from the record-breaking fires.
"When you see that lack of transparency, it creates, you know, a lack of faith and trust in the process."
"People with secrets should be very careful about threatening lawsuits. Discovery in a lawsuit is often the best way to prove the emperor has no clothes," one former federal prosecutor warned.
Police had previously said the firearm used in the shooting was purchased legally.
"It seems like everyday there's another shooting. This isn't normal. It's time our elected officials do something about it."
Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina and Wyoming are the only states in the country with no hate crime laws.
"Seriously. In other words, no foreign-born people," the candidate said. She added that "in the past, we've experienced it's better to have, simply, American-born — no foreigners, no."
The new rule erases the guidelines set by the 1997 Flores Settlement Agreement, which required the government to keep migrant kids in the least restrictive setting possible.
"Doing nothing will only lead to disaster for Texas, both economically and politically," the fundraising letter said.
"I can't analyze that," Michael McFaul, the former ambassador to Russia, told MSNBC about Trump's feud with Denmark over Greenland.