"You are out of your mind if you don't think the FBI wanted to make a case if we could," Comey said. "The facts weren't there."
Having just one ticket, Diamond won a coin toss for the honor, King said.
Northam's popularity has fallen off a cliff.
"I believe the Democratic nominee, and whoever will become the president, will be the one who's able to cast a bigger, broader more aspirational vision," Gillum said.
"The good news is that presidential elections are not decided on Twitter," Bill Burton said.
Most Americans—56 percent—would "definitely not vote" for Trump, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News survey.
"We know the president's positions. And we know Speaker Pelosi's positions," Republican Senator Lamar Alexander said.
"I think the White House denials are getting increasingly hollow," said former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
"Put it in a nice gold one," Trump reportedly said of a "New York Times" front page.
The commerce secretary wonders why federal workers going without pay don't just take out a loan.
"Calling out a man's father-in-law and wife in order to intimidate the witness is not fair game," Lanny Davis said.
Forty-six percent of voters support impeaching Trump, while just 44 percent are opposed, according to a new poll.
"Marist/NPR/PBS Poll shows President Trump's approval rating among Latinos going to 50%," Trump tweeted on Tuesday.
Hogan Gidley repeatedly declined to deny that Donald Trump instructed Michael Cohen to lie under oath.