Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said good defense attorneys make concessions about their clients, but "the problem is the president wants everyone to say he was perfect."
Congressman Eric Swalwell also mentioned bone spurs because Donald Trump received that diagnosis during the Vietnam War draft and was medically exempt from serving.
"He's bitter, he didn't get a job in the administration that he wanted, she did," Trump Jr. said of George and Kellyanne Conway.
"Some things never change, dad!" Ivanka Trump tweeted regarding Jefferson's quote from a letter to his daughter, Martha.
"Our military has never been stronger or more capable than it is now," the first lady said during her visit to Charleston, South Carolina.
The Saudi government is a part-owner of a company building a Trump-branded property that Kushner's wife Ivanka Trump holds a stake in, a watchdog alleged.
The library's executive director said the parking lot, which is cleared of vegetation, could also protect the library from the fire.
In an Instagram post, Ivanka wrote, "Hugs, kisses and lots of birthday wishes!" along with the hashtag #38yearsyoung.
Drollinger also said Nicaragua's strongman president Daniel Ortega could be similar to Trump, "who runs his mouth."
Schumer has been fighting over government funding with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The government is funded through November 21.
Trump also misspelled "opposite" as "oppidite" in another tweet bashing "Nervous Nancy Pelosi."
The Trump impeachment advertisement debuted on national Television on Friday on CNN's 'New Day' show.
"We have 10 years to cut carbon emissions in half. If we don't, scenes like this can get much worse," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, promoting the Green New Deal.
Ivanka Trump reportedly started crying and pleading to a magazine editor that an unflattering story on her husband Jared Kushner be taken down.
"When you sell the hotel it's the single massive transaction instead of all these smaller transactions that add up," former White House ethics chief Richard Painter told Newsweek.
Lara Trump seemed to side with Gabbard rather than Hillary Clinton, who suggested that Gabbard is a Russian asset.
"The idea here is you get more justices who think for themselves. Justices like Justice Kennedy," Buttigieg said in a recent sit-down interview.
On Capitol Hill, Melania Trump ignored questions from reporters including: "Is the impeachment inquiry affecting you and your family in any way?"
"Their argument is that this is all political and I think all you have to do is read the statement of charges," Attorney General Brian Frosh told Newsweek. "The living conditions—these apartments were not habitable."
"When the question is about who has the highest chance of winning, Biden continues to dominate," a polling editor said.
"Looks like this is it," comedian Rosie O'Donnell tweeted with the hashtag #BillTaylorIsAPatriot. "Is Trump done?"
Louis Vuitton artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière included the hashtags #trumpisajoke and #homophobia.
Though Trump canceled the G7 summit at his Doral property, it "absolutely" still counts as a conflict of interest because he promoted his resort in the process, the watchdog told Newsweek.
Bennet said that "we have to make America, America again" and "we've had enough" of President Trump.
Conway shared his assessment after seeing a video of Kurds throwing stones and tomatoes at American troops departing North Syria under Trump's orders.
The brand tweeted that it decided to #StandForSomething and "become the world's first and only Activ(ist)Wear™ company."
"Tweets might seem like small potatoes, but it illustrates the Trump administration's larger disdain for government ethics," a spokesman for the watchdog told Newsweek.
The Trump Organization settled the lawsuit from 2016 and investigators never found bed bugs at Doral.
The women are set to make history when they venture out of the International Space Station to replace a power controller.
"It is clear that he acts primarily in the best interest of himself," a spokesman for Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington told Newsweek.