The former president also suggested there should be more women in positions of power.
President Donald Trump's White House counselor said not only did the president have the backing of his base but independents were supporting him too.
Political commentator David Frum also said the president's views were not backed by American voters.
The president touted his relationship with the North Korean leader despite tensions escalating as Kim Jong Un imposed a deadline for denuclearization talks.
In a recent interview, Sen. John Kennedy again claimed that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election.
The Democrat said she believed the Ukraine issue should be the central focus of the impeachment inquiry.
The legal analyst said he thought that it seemed clear that the president had pushed an agenda in his phone call with Ukraine.
The president is visiting the U.K. for the NATO summit in London from December 3-4.
Democrat Rep. John Yarmuth said he felt Trump should go but warned he may be replaced by a tougher opponent.
In past years, Melania Trump's decorations have come in for some criticism.
The congressman said it was the "right thing to do" to release the aid.
Jenna Ellis said the bottom line wasn't what people thought of the call but whether an offense was committed.
The CNN poll conducted by SSRS showed Buttigieg has made his way into double figures and is catching up to Warren.
The New York mayor suggested Bloomberg's money made him out of touch with what voters need.
The CNN host commented that there would be no one to stop the president if he decided to change the name of the Republican Party to Team Trump.
Dean asked whether the U.S. wanted a president who was owned by Rudy Giuliani.
The former White House press secretary said the president takes large file boxes of reading material while traveling.
The president took to social media to call into question the claims made by an aide of BillTaylor who says he overheard Trump on the phone.
The former vice president has failed to impress in the debates thus far, with a former Obama-aide commenting that Biden "kind of bumps along."
David Holmes said in a closed-door deposition that he was having dinner with U.S. ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland and overheard a phone call to President Trump.
The White House official known as "anonymous" also said the distrust of career experts runs so deep many meetings are reserved for political appointees alone.
Neil Cavuto stepped up to defend his colleague Chris Wallace, who was described by President Donald Trump as "nasty and obnoxious."
The former Guantanamo prosecutor didn't mince his words after the president's surprise hospital trip.
The president has lashed out at the network several times in recent months.
The former presidential candidate noted what has changed—and what hasn't—for women in politics, and took a swipe at Donald Trump.
The president's supporters appear to have been galvanized by the inquiry.
The former vice president said he was proud to have worked alongside Barack Obama and would work to continue his legacy.
Trump said during his election campaign that he wouldn't have time to play golf as president. He has visited golf courses on 237 of the 1022 days he has been in office.
The president said he didn't know that the state had the highest murder rate and didn't want to say it.
The televangelist has previously suggested that people send her their January salaries as part of an offering to God.