The co-author of All the President's Men told CNN that Mitch McConnell had a strategy to "wear out his own members" to stop a vote for more witnesses.
The president broke a record he set only a month ago as he posted about the Senate impeachment trial and other affairs.
"The Five" panelist hit out at the "pomp and circumstance" of the impeachment process, saying it was all "fakery" and "artifice."
The president's son urged Republican lawmakers not to call further witnesses ahead of the first Senate impeachment trial sitting today.
The eldest son of the civil rights activist said the African American community would exist in "a different way" if it was as well off as the president suggested.
The latest Gallup survey found 51 percent of Americans did not want the Senate to remove the president from office.
The Harvard Law emeritus professor told "Larry King Live" impeachment was like a "non-violent revolution" and the "most dramatic act of undoing democracy."
The newspaper's editorial board pointed out the former vice present was 77 and urged him to step aside for "a new generation of political leaders."
Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan referred to Kathrine Nicole Jett as "he" throughout his advisory opinion on her motion filing.
Former Department of Commerce advisor Stephen Cobb said neither of the progressives looked "particularly good" after the argument.
The Democratic congresswoman said the president exhibited "mom, yell at my teacher" energy in a Thursday tweet.
The South Carolina congressman said new evidence presented by Parnas was "no different" to earlier impeachment evidence.
The Connecticut Republican told Eric Bolling that his texts to Lev Parnas were "just colorful" and stressed that he was a "little landscaper."
The GOP congressman said he "just didn't know the name" when call logs released in December revealed that he had been on a call with Parnas.
The hashtag was second in the U.S. trending charts on Twitter after Warren refused to shake Sanders' hand following the debate.
Supporters of the left-wing candidates were not necessarily transferable from one to the other, said one pollster.
The billionaire primary candidate was compared to a waiter bringing mozzarella sticks to a couple during a break-up conversation.
The poll by Quinnipiac University also found just under four in 10 Republicans wanted the former national security adviser to appear before lawmakers at the trial.
The former GOP presidential nominee suggested he would vote in favor of hearing testimony from the former national security adviser.
The star of the 2004 film "Dodgeball" was filmed chatting with the president before the LSU Tigers' playoff victory.
The Vermont senator also said any Supreme Court nominee would have to be "100 percent" in favour of the Roe v. Wade decision.
The Minnesota senator told Reuters going head-to-head against President Donald Trump "without some animation" or humor would be a problem.
The former South Bend mayor was on stage in Des Moines, Iowa as his supporters responded with chants of "USA! USA!"
The Vermont senator said Warren is a "very good friend" of his and insisted the two will "continue to work together."
A new forecast launched by FiveThirtyEight also gave the former vice president a 38 percent chance of winning the most state delegates.
The president also took aim at Nancy Pelosi during his Ohio rally last night, saying she was "not operating with a full deck."
The secretary of state told Fox News there was "no doubt" the Iranian general was plotting attacks on Americans.
A poll by Ipsos for USA Today found that 55 percent of Americans believe the country is "somewhat" or "much less" safe.
The Weekly Standard founder Bill Kristol said the president had "mocked" and "disparaged" a Gold Star family.
The Fox Business host compared Sen. Mike Lee to the Revolutionary War turncoat after the congressman said a Trump administration briefing was the worst he had ever seen.