The president's re-election team jumped in on jokes about a picture shared by Trump ahead of the Thanksgiving weekend.
Neal Katyal also claimed that the evidence for the impeachment of President Donald Trump was "all there" and compared further administration staffer testimonies to gravy.
The Democratic 2020 primary candidate said some of her rivals were "dismissing" and disrespecting millions of the network's viewers.
The ex-presidential candidate Evan McMullin lambasted the president's personal lawyer in response to new revelations about his contacts with Ukrainian officials.
An anonymous former employee of Manhattan GMAT told BuzzFeed News that Yang "spoke positively" of her work before she was fired.
Estuardo Rodriguez told Newsweek that a recently resurfaced 2011 TV interview with Buttigieg went to the "root of why there may be a lack of interest" in him among minority voters.
The billionaire owner of Bloomberg News also claimed he knew how to "take on the powerful special interests that corrupt Washington."
The unknown writer behind a famous 2018 op-ed also said other administration officials were "considering adding their voices before votes are cast in 2020."
Chris Coons told CNN he hoped colleagues in both parties would take an impeachment trial seriously and consider the evidence in front of them.
The candidate's spokesperson said Buttigieg was referring to "structural barriers.. that disproportionately impact low-income and minority communities." But The Root senior writer said Buttigieg failed to "make the people in power stare into the sun and see the blinding light of racism."
Newsweek analysis found that Trump Jr. referred to 30 separate articles from news outlets that have been dubbed "fake news" or otherwise attacked by himself or his father.
The chairman of the Human Rights Foundation accused the Fox News host of "proudly siding with a dictatorship that attacked his country."
Ted Keller and his wife Mary both made donations to Joe Biden's primary campaign in July this year following previous donations to the Republican National Committee.
The former Massachusetts governor was also found to have zero support among Democrat-leaning registered voters in a poll this week.
Richard Painter suggested the Secretary of State was in a tough spot after Gordon Sondland said he was "in the loop" on the alleged quid pro quo with Ukraine.
One Republican representative told The Washington Examiner that any existence of a quid pro quo "doesn't matter much anymore."
Tim Morrison claimed Ambassador Gordon Sondland said military aid to Ukraine would be released if its top prosecutor announced an investigation into the Bidens.
The stylist Katie Price shouted at media to leave as they kept asking the president questions after a Cabinet press conference came to an end.
Morning Consult pollsters found the former Massachusetts governor had "no measurable support" among Democrat-leaning voters.
State Department official David Holmes told lawmakers that a "childhood friend" of the Ukrainian president told him that "someone named Giuliani" claimed he advised the U.S. vice president.
The anonymous Trump staffer said officials are given "half-teasing, half-true advice" to draft resignations on joining the administration.
The former Massachusetts governor said he would want any super PAC offering him independent support to "fully disclose" its sources of funding.
Tiffany Cabán criticised the New York City mayor for his support for "broken windows policing" and additional police officers on the subway network
Allan Lichtman predicted Donald Trump would beat Hillary Clinton in 2016, and now he says the president's hopes of reelection are "diminished."
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.