"The President looks forward to their continued participation and is confident that the Members will help expeditiously end this brazen political vendetta on behalf of the American people," the White House said.
Overall, the CNN poll showed that a slight majority of Americans (51 percent) think that the Senate should remove Trump from office.
According to the book, Trump called his top military advisers "losers" who "don't know how to win anymore."
"These American clowns lie in utter viciousness that they stand with the Iranian people," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said.
According to the poll, 90 percent of black Americans disapprove of Trump's job performance as president.
Nearly 3,000 leaders from 118 countries are expected to be at the gathering later this month.
"He's as critical a witness as anybody," former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman told Newsweek.
"But when he acted the way he did—in relationship to withholding funds from Ukraine, in return for a benefit to him that was personal and political—he crossed a threshold," Pelosi said on Wednesday.
Pelosi's announcement of the managers comes nearly a month after the chamber voted to impeach Trump on two charges: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Buttigieg will be joined on Tuesday's debate stage by Joe Biden, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer and Elizabeth Warren.
"Next to Donald Trump himself, this could be the most important witness that the Senate could call to determine what the actual facts are," a former Watergate prosecutor said.
A new poll from Morning Consult/Politico found that 57 percent of registered voters think the Senate should hear from additional witnesses during the president's impeachment trial.
"A politics of conscience is still yet possible. And yes...love will prevail," Williamson wrote in a message to supporters.
"We should reflect on our duty to judge without fear or favor, deciding each matter with humility, integrity and dispatch," Roberts wrote in his year-end report.
"I think Senator McConnell finally has an opponent who will outraise him," McGrath's campaign manager told Newsweek.
"If Donald Trump is as beloved as he claims, what are they afraid of?" Bill Weld, one of Trump's GOP challengers, told Newsweek.
"As a guy who is a big competitor, I want to beat Donald Trump mano a mano, I want to face him down on a debate floor," Cory Booker told NBC.
The Senate's majority leader appears to have enough votes to move forward on a set of impeachment trial rules mirroring those of President Bill Clinton's case in 1999.
The former tech entrepreneur raked in $16.5 million in campaign contributions in the final three months of 2019.
Castro is the first presidential candidate to suspend a campaign since early December, when Senator Kamala Harris dropped out of the race.
President Trump is expected to spend the New Year's holiday at the Palm Beach resort.
"We are competing everywhere and building the most robust organization and infrastructure to defeat Donald Trump," Dan Kanninen, Bloomberg's state director, said in a statement.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed a lawsuit last week demanding that the agency tasked with enforcing the Hatch Act take more disciplinary action against Conway over ethics violations.
2019 saw the largest and most diverse field of Democratic presidential candidates in decades, as nearly 30 people launched White House campaigns.
A plurality of U.S. adults—40 percent—said they think Trump will be described in the history books as a "poor" commander-in-chief.
More than a dozen Democratic candidates will be taking their presidential campaigns into 2020.
This is the first time that Trump's personal dealings have come before the nation's top court since he was elected president.
Republicans for the Rule of Law are calling on Mick Mulvaney, Rudy Giuliani, Mike Pompeo and John Bolton to testify in the Senate impeachment trial.
A former federal prosecutor asserted that Barr's loyalty to the White House is a "perversion" of his job as attorney general.
"You will have, potentially, three campaigns that might claim they actually won," political strategist Norm Sterzenbach told Newsweek.