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.
Andrew Napolitano said the impeachment process against Donald Trump permitted the president's lawyers to challenge evidence brought against him.
A livestream of the House impeachment procedures vote is due to start on the C-Span website at 12:00 a.m. ET.
Speaking to "Fox & Friends" on Wednesday, the president's eldest son also bragged that he and his brother Eric Trump were "the only sons of billionaires" who could drive a Caterpillar D10.
The author Lee Smith told the "Mornings with Maria" show that he believed the impeachment inquiry was created with an aim to "protect the swamp."
Former Democrat representatives Paul McHale and Gene Taylor told Newsweek that Republicans had to set aside partisanship when considering how they would vote on impeachment.
GOP members of the committee were filmed leaving a hearing room on Tuesday after Chairman Mark Takano stopped debate on their proposed additions to the Deborah Sampson Act.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled plans to formally open impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump in a letter to Democrat lawmakers.
Democrat Lori Lightfoot posted a picture of her and the 44th President of the United States at an Obama Foundation community dinner last night.
U.S. Army veterans Alan Pitts and Naveed Shah told Newsweek that their statement at Game 5 of the World Series was an effort to show the president "vets are not on his side."
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski also said the chants were "un-American" and labeled calls for political opponents to be locked up "fascist" tactics.
Walter Shaub said it was "funny" the brand owned by the president's daughter and adviser has not stopped making trademark applications since it shuttered.
Washington Nationals and Houston Astros fans cheered and applauded as players stepped up to their bases. But the atmosphere turned when President Trump appeared on the jumbotron.
A copy of the president's schedule released to the press this morning shows that Trump had nothing planned until 11:40 a.m.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate told Fox News host Sean Hannity that she didn't know what was going on at the "closed door" hearings.
The Senator of Massachusetts and her colleague Ron Wyden claimed Amazon knew its servers were "vulnerable" to the attack that affected Capital One earlier this year prior to the hack.
Local resident Jonathan Wood said he saw children screaming in nearby woods as they ran away from a clown that looked like the Stephen King character.
Republicans breached the House's specially designed room for intelligence security while Pentagon official Laura Cooper was testifying in front of the Democrat-led inquiry yesterday.
Democrats believe Joe Biden is the best 2020 primary candidate on key election issues ranging from gun policy to immigration and the economy.
The hearing will be available to watch on several broadcast platforms—including YouTube, C-Span3 and the House Financial Services Committee website at 10 a.m. ET.
The former vice president had criticised Trump for using the term to describe the impeachment proceedings against him only hours before a clip of him doing the same thing re-emerged.
The Fox News host said the unsubstantiated accusation was "lunacy" and called Hillary Clinton "reckless" and "silly" in his defence of Rep. Gabbard.