"Look at the spiritual rebellion that is in this country, the hatred of God, the hatred of the Bible," Rick Wiles said.
"This is a political ploy by both leaders to distract from their abuse of power," IfNotNow's Emily Mayer said, referring to Trump and Israel's Netanyahu.
"You consistently make fun of half the country and then complain that it is divided," the president's daughter tweeted.
But overall, Biden's support has declined by three points in the early primary voting states.
"It's going to be a real challenge to defeat Trump, and we've got to all be united to get that done," the former Democratic presidential candidate told Vulture.
"It's pretty fair to say that John Bolton has a relevant testimony to provide," the Republican senator told reporters.
"To support Ukraine is to support a rules-based international order that enabled major powers in Europe to avoid war for seven decades," William Taylor wrote.
"Yang brings a youthful energy and fresh approach to the race. He represents the best in America: thoughtfulness and optimism," the Massachusetts newspapers wrote in a joint endorsement.
"A traumatic brain injury is life threatening, not just at the time, but for the rest of your life," the Democratic presidential candidate noted.
"We ask real questions, which many officials welcome, though some walk away," Steve Inskeep tweeted.
"In neither of these cases is there any mention of breaking a specific criminal statute," Chris Wallace explained.
"He's the only one I didn't want her to pick," the president said of Sanders in the newly-released recording.
"Can we see the evidence Rudy, can we see it?" the Fox News host asked, appearing skeptical.
The CEO of BP said in an interview this week that the Green New Deal was "unrealistic," while the outgoing CEO of JPMorgan took aim socialism.
"The evidence is ample and uncontradicted" for removing the president from office, Andrew Napolitano argued.
"As racist ethnonationalism and white supremacy grows across the world, this study is an urgent and unsettling reminder of how little history is informing our understanding of today," Rabbi Alissa Wise told Newsweek.
The Vermont senator is a full 12 points ahead of the second place Democratic candidate, Pete Buttigieg.
"I think we ought to go through the right process," the lawmaker from Florida said.
"I don't understand why some folks run as if the internet doesn't exist," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
Trump hailed the "phase one" trade agreement as "the biggest anybody has ever seen."
The Eastern Arizona Courier compared the senator's behavior to "name-calling like a third-grader on the playground."
"But I'm not going to be making that vote today. I'm going to make that vote after the opening [arguments]," the GOP senator told CNN.
"Thanks for the motivation. Every time you trash him, I will give more," Los Angeles Chargers running back Justin Jackson tweeted.
"We can't even get a floor vote on Medicare for All, not even a floor vote that gets voted down," the progressive congresswoman from New York said.
A recent Washington Post/Ipsos survey actually showed Sanders 12 points ahead of Biden among young black voters.
"I think they [the Senate] should hear the testimony that they can get," Congressman Francis Rooney said.
"I can't imagine another president at any time having to select a team that would be associated with a pedophile," Joe Scarborough said.
The presidents lawyers argued that House Democrats had carried out "a dangerous perversion of the Constitution that the Senate should swiftly and roundly condemn."
The billionaire former New York City mayor argued that he can beat Trump by appealing to "middle of the road Republicans."