"He's the only one I didn't want her to pick," the president said of Sanders in the newly-released recording.
The former 2016 presidential hopeful was discussing the impeachment trial at the Sundance premiere of her docu-series.
The Vermont senator reacted to Hillary Clinton's comment last week that "nobody likes him," saying that he believes his former Democratic presidential rival's comment was unfortunate.
The Hawaii representative told Tucker Carlson that she was bringing a lawsuit against Clinton because the latter was "seeking to smear" her reputation.
President Donald Trump said in a Thursday tweet that the Democratic Party would "never allow" Senator Bernie Sanders to win his party's nomination for president.
"There are real issues that people are struggling with," Gabbard said in an interview.
Footage rediscovered by CNN shows Mitch McConnell explaining that he "voted for live witnesses" during the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, a position he no longer takes in regard to the Trump impeachment trial.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton joked on Twitter about her recent criticisms of Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders, saying she "thought everyone wanted my authentic, unvarnished views."
"Thanks for the motivation. Every time you trash him, I will give more," Los Angeles Chargers running back Justin Jackson tweeted.
Clinton spoke about Weinstein in an interview ahead of the premiere of "Hillary," a four-part Hulu docuseries, at the Sundance Film Festival.
In a new interview, Hillary Clinton spoke about Elizabeth Warren's allegations that Bernie Sanders told the Massachusetts senator that a woman could not win the presidency.
Hillary Clinton also said she would not "go there yet" when it came to deciding on whether endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders if he gets the Democratic nomination.
A 1999 video showed then-Representative Lindsey Graham stating the need for witnesses during Bill Clinton's impeachment trial.
Joe Biden took his latest jab at Bernie Sanders, dismissing criticism about his 2002 vote in favor of the Iraq War by simply replying: "Bernie's got enough baggage."
Gabbard campaign volunteers reported that a number of signs were vandalized to include a hammer-and-sickle symbol.
"He likes me, I like him, we get along," Trump said of Kim Jong Un, after the North Korean leader announced his intentions to expand his weapons arsenal.
"You can fight this and win [John Lewis] like you have fought so many times before. Thinking of you and your family," 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang tweeted.
The clip didn't sit well with some people, who reminded Gosar that his own family made a political attack ad against him.
"Impeachment always inflicts trauma on the nation. We can accept that," former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove wrote. "What the country shouldn't accept is a continuation of this Democrat-led circus."
In an interview with Rolling Stone, documentarian Michael Moore stated that Trump wouldn't have the same level of notoriety if he'd been from a city that wasn't New York.
The thousands in Michigan cheering the president are vastly more important than the 230 Democrats in the House who voted to impeach him.
Trump Jr., a fierce defender of his father, called the impeachment of his father a "partisan sham."
More representatives voted in favor of Trump's impeachment articles than for those against former presidents Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson.
On Wednesday, Wolf Blitzer shared a 2008 clip, where President Donald Trump praised Nancy Pelosi and said President George W. Bush should've been impeached.
In mid-October, Clinton said that Moscow may be "grooming her to be the third-party candidate."
Wolf Blitzer shared a video of Clinton apologizing for his actions in 1998, just days before he was impeached by the House of Representatives.
The former president also suggested there should be more women in positions of power.
People keep asking me how this impeachment process compares with the two I experienced before. Here's my answer.