Editor in chief Mark Galli said some of his "brothers and sisters" were willing to defend the commander-in-chief "to the end."
Democratic strategists also told Newsweek that the impeachment of President Trump should be sidelined in Los Angeles tonight.
Tony Schwartz also said the letter was a cry to be excused for being "every bit as evil as he has always deeply if unconsciously believed himself to be."
Sen. Sherrod Brown said his own biases against President Trump would be "immaterial" in the widely expected Senate trial.
A DCCC spokesperson confirmed that ex-staffers unable to find immediate employment would be paid and assisted with finding new positions aligning with their values.
Malcolm Nance told MSNBC he took a "very dim view" of students' behavior but said he was not sure what sentiment was behind the gestures.
The South Carolina Republican told "Face the Nation" that President Trump should "get out of the way" when somebody was ready to acquit him.
Jon Meacham accused the GOP of following the commander-in-chief "whatever the facts may be" rather than the looking to the Constitution.
The president said any deal between the countries would be "bigger and more lucrative" than one the U.K. could strike with the European Union.
The congresswoman told followers that a "massive surge" in new voters heading to the polls would stop the "hoarding of wealth by the few."
The president's son also said Pelosi had "lost control" of her caucus and was under pressure from "radical leftists."
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal told MSNBC that "unpredicted evidence" could prompt more Republican senators to vote against Trump.
The former Massachusetts governor also said he believes members of the House have a duty to impeach the president.
The president told supporters in Hershey that the country was "laughed at" four years ago under the Obama administration.
The president said FBI Director Christopher Wray would "never be able to fix" the agency following his response to the Inspector General's report released yesterday.
The freshman representative from New York was also more tweeted about than major world leaders, including Emmanuel Macron, Vladimir Putin and Jair Bolosonaro.
A new survey by Firehouse Strategies gives the president a double-digit lead over most primary contenders in Wisconsin.
It was also reported that the president's personal lawyer boasted about having access and a close friendship with Trump, according to sources that spoke to The Washington Post.
The president also posted about CNN's ratings performance and Tito Ortiz's Saturday fight win during his Sunday tweeting spree.
A Bronx Colors spokeswoman told Newsweek that the company's I.T. department was "going crazy" as traffic to its website spiked.
The ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee told Fox News that he was "not able to confirm" whether he had a phone conversation with Parnas.
The former secretary of state told Howard Stern that the Republican was "funny" and "good company" when they traveled as senators.
After taking a microphone away from councilwoman Sharon McBride, the protester said: "Who chose these people as the black leaders?"
Pete Souza took aim at the president after his early departure from the 70th anniversary NATO summit following a spat with Justin Trudeau.
The president also said the Canadian Prime Minister was a "very nice guy" after a long pause following the insult.
Out magazine said the Democratic 2020 primary candidate should have supported an organization "that was created to cater to the needs of queer people."
The president attacked the House Intelligence Committee chairman during a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday.
A copy of the report outlining evidence gathered in the Trump impeachment inquiry was published by House Democrats today.
Frank Figliuzzi also said the attorney general had a "consistent ability to ignore facts" on MSNBC Monday night.
One organizer told Newsweek that the Baby Trump blimp could still be in America following a Florida rally.