Democrats are reportedly aiming for a December vote on articles of impeachment against the president.
One analyst told "Newsweek" there "wasn't a clamoring for something different" among party voters.
The Fox News host claimed Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats were "frantically grasping" for something people could understand as the impeachment inquiry rolled on.
Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris also had leads over the president, within the poll's margin of error.
NBC News complained that the first public impeachment hearings lacked the "pizzazz" necessary to pick up public attention.
Laura Ingraham attacked George Kent for bringing a large water bottle to a hearing lasting several hours.
Chesa Boudin said other quality-of-life crimes would also not be prosecuted when he took office, including public camping offences targeting the homeless.
Trish Regan said the House Intelligence Committee chairman had become the "chief storyteller" in the "fictional charade" of ongoing impeachment proceedings.
Local media outlets reported that they were not even allowed to conduct interviews with people on the warehouse's premises.
David Jolly told NBC News that Republicans would respond to revelations in public impeachment hearings this week by trying to shore-up their base for 2020.
Guardian journalist Andrew Gumbel said the room was so loud with chants and booing that he could hear "only half" of what microphones picked up.
Walker County police in Alabama were called about Gerald Baldwin walking on the side of the road while carrying an oxygen tank.
The president's eldest son walked out on Trump backers at the University of California campus in Westwood, Los Angeles yesterday, after they shouted "USA!" and "Q&A!"
The online retailer confirmed that the item, sold by a third-party, had been removed from its store after complaints.
Eugene Robinson claimed on social media last night that the Obama-era attorney general had spoken with strategists about running in the already crowded Democratic 2020 primary field.
Tessa B. Lilly was caught in possession of the substance shortly after 10 a.m. on November 7 when she entered the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center.
Collins Dictionary defined the verb "milkshake" as the act of throwing "a milkshake or similar drink over a public figure in order to humiliate him or her."
The Fox News host said "demographic changes" had changed Virginia from a cente-right voting bloc to a "petri dish" for radical leftism.
Addressing supporters at a "Keep America Great" event in Monroe, Louisiana last night, the former real estate mogul said he had a "nicer everything" than the elite.
The "Morning Joe" co-host also called Trump's brand of Republicanism "toxic" on social media as he drew attention to the lost Kentucky gubernatorial race.
Andrew Feldman questioned whether the United States was ready to elect a female president on Rising with Krystal & Saagar yesterday.
Walter Shaub, an ex-director of the Office for Government Ethics, said the Kentucky senator would be committing "one of the most shameful breaches a legislator could commit."
Ex-Florida Rep. David Jolly told the MSNBC that congressional Republicans were "without virtue" and lacking in "human integrity" in a scathing attack.
"He's broken the law systematically, and he's using the forces of his communications skills to discredit people like you and me."
Goodreads reviews are split down the middle between Trump supporters handing out five-star ratings and liberal opponents of the president's eldest son giving his book a one-star ranking.
A new poll by Emerson found the president would beat both the former VP and the Massachusetts senator in Nevada.
The "Face the Nation moderator said that Mike Pence replacing Trump in the event of impeachment would not "undo the election results" as McCarthy had told her.
President Trump said California would not get "$$$ help" from the federal government. Newsom retorted that Trump, a climate-change denier, is "excused from this conversation."
The president's approval rating among GOP supporters has fallen from 87 percent in July to 74 percent at the end of October.
A table of outages by Eversource Energy said 82,536 of its Connecticut customers were affected by outages at around 7 a.m. ET today.