"I would say, 'I've got lawyers and staff people handling this impeachment inquiry, and they should just have at it. Meanwhile, I'm going to work for the American people.' That's what I would do," the last president to be impeached told CNN.
The White House counsel during the Watergate scandal, John Dean, made the claim after the first public hearings with two witnesses.
Former Pennsylvania Congressman, current CNN commentator and a former member of the House Ethics Committee from 2015 to 2016, John Dent told CNN that he feels that the President's behavior has eroded his base in the suburban climes of America in an Op-Ed published Tuesday.
"I think history will judge them very, very poorly," Anthony Scaramucci said of Republicans.
Cindy McCain admitted on CNN's 'The Axe Files' that she personally asked Kurt Volker to resign from the leadership the think tank named after her husband.
"President Trump called him weak, confused, ineffective," S.E. Cupp said.
In an upcoming CNN interview, Cindy McCain, former Senator John McCain's widow, told host David Axelrod that her husband would be upset to see what current Republicans are doing if he were alive.
Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg went on the offensive against President Donald Trump, saying that Trump has done nothing to command his respect.
John Avlon said that Graham has now essentially suggested that Trump is too "incompetent" and could not actually formulate a quid pro quo.
"Is there anything he could do, or anything that could happen, that would make you not vote for him?" the CNN anchor asked. "No," the panelist replied.
CNN host Victor Blackwell abruptly ended a Saturday panel about GOP impeachment strategies after a Republican harped on "debunked conspiracies" about Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton.
Navarro told CNN that the chanting was "democracy in action."
The Trump impeachment advertisement debuted on national Television on Friday on CNN's 'New Day' show.
Trump claimed that Baghdadi was "whimpering, crying and screaming" as U.S. special forces closed in on his hiding place on Saturday.
"What is he afraid of? He was just re-elected—elected to the Senate," Toobin said.
"They're also going to do third party again, and I'm not making any predictions, but I think they've got their eye on somebody who is currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate. She's the favorite of the Russians," Clinton told 'Campaign HQ.'
"As the daily drip, drip of testimony proves, there's still a lot of light that needs to come out," John Avlon said.
Some of the candidates dominated the field, while others floundered on a crowded debate stage.
"He's not a whistleblower because nothing else on that tape was illegal," Watters said, "and I think he'll never get hired ever, ever again."
"That's not just an allegation," Bakari Sellers said. "I firmly believe that Tulsi Gabbard stands on that stage and is the antithesis to what the other 11 individuals stand for."
"There are multiple levels of misconduct here and look, there were 12 people on that call that the president made to the Ukraine president," Representative Stephen Lynch said.
"He doesn't try to do it covertly," Senator Kevin Cramer of North Dakota told CNN.
The president is facing impeachment by the House over the Ukraine-Biden affair and some GOP senators are speaking out.
"I think we ought to be prepared to go all out on this," Congressman John Garamendi said.
"We were devoted to the Constitution," Linda Chavez said. "And what I see happening now is people who are absolutely abrogating their duty.
In a viral Twitter thread, attached to a clip from CNN posted by former FBI special agent Asha Rangappa, Rangappa accuses Donald Trump of employing covert propaganda against the American public.
Democratic Representative Mikie Sherrill told CNN's Chris Cuomo that President Donald Trump was "clearly" worthy of impeachment Thursday night, adding that the president was "going against the Constitution."
"They are so bad for our country. They are so bad for our country. I go out there and they say 'Boy, the media hates your country' and it's just a shame. It's just a shame."
"After more than 20 years, it's amazing that one of the earliest crime docu-series still boasts the most loyal viewers and fan base," CNN Executive Vice President Ken Jautz said.