"She should have done the right thing a long time ago," Ryan said. "The reason why I say that is because she suffers from 'lie-abetes.' And her tenure has been fraught with sex, lies and videotape."
Some conservatives criticized the MSNBC announcement, while others hoped more members of the "ideological media" would moderate debates in the future.
"Some of them… I don't even know what their raison d'être is for running," Bill Maher said of 2020 Democratic candidates.
"I mean, there's no secret about it. That's the way they are being programmed," Media Buzz host Howard Kurtz said.
"I think the idea that [impeachment] is a clear political loser for Democrats is just something that is not supported by the evidence of 1998 and 2000," CNN senior political analyst Ron Brownstein said.
"Steve Bannon explains in an interview that I had with him that what Trump tries to do is really control the narrative by saying sensational things that sound wild and nutty sometimes," Jim Acosta said.
CNN host Don Lemon told a journalism conference in New York City about threats to his personal safety and that he is not sure how long he can stay on air.
"This was just a really captivating, stirring remarkable moment for the entire world to witness," CNN's Jim Acosta said.
"The president claimed the protests were fake news, there they are for your own eyes to see," CNN's Jim Sciutto said.
California Republican Duncan Hunter said that as an artillery officer in Iraq his unit likely killed "hundreds" of civilians during his time fighting overseas.
"I'm sorry to interrupt, but you keep saying, we're not helpless. So, I'm saying: what would have prevented this tragedy?" Tapper asked Booker again, after the 2020 candidate failed to address the specifics of gun control.
"The trump base (mostly middle aged angry white males) are solidly behind him, but what about the burst of younger than boomers voters? Centrists? Independents?," CNN anchor Chris Cuomo said during a Twitter discussion on Trump's possible impeachment.
Ingraham accused her critics of giving a platform to "racists & anti-semites," despite defending one on her Fox News show Thursday.
"Many of my colleagues on the Republican side of the aisle, what they say in the elevator and then what I hear on shows such as yours are very different, you know, exact opposite."
Republican CNN guest Rick Wilson misquoted a line from HBO's "The Wire," in which he warned Nancy Pelosi to go all-in on impeachment if she chooses to, because "if you're going to go after the king, you best get him."
"Can you imagine if Barack Obama in 2011 had said 'oh, Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran thinks Mitt Romney is low IQ and I'm totally with him,'" Al Jazeera presented Mehdi Hasan said on CNN.
"I don't think he likes it when women aren't taking care of him," author Michael D'Antonio said.
"Under an agreement that they had before today's ruling, there are seven days," CNN correspondent Kara Scannell said.
ABC News and CNN on Tuesday added to the lengthy list of fiery Democrat and Republican politicians caught in the ever-revolving door between both the Obama and Trump administrations and cable news networks.
"How do you go bad on people who've carried you like a newborn for months?" a bemused Cuomo asked.
The reactions came hours after the Michigan congressman tweeted that he believes the Mueller report confirms President Donald Trump "engaged in impeachable conduct."
Ex-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper responds to plan for deploying 120,000 more troops to the Middle East if Iran attacks U.S. forces or accelerates its nuclear program.
"Prime Time" host makes joke about claims Trump's businesses lost more than $1 billion between 1985 and 1994.
"And Republicans are cutting the power," S.E. Cupp alleged.
"He is trying to prevent Congress from doing its oversight function and we won't accept that," Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) said.
"The famous contractors and subcontractors he didn't pay, but he never suffered at all," noted legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
The poll's findings illustrate the wide divide between Fox News viewers and those of its competitors.
Trump's seminal memoir and business-advice book was publish in the midst of huge losses for his businesses.
CNN was ridiculed Monday over a widely shared sub headline asking "How black will the royal baby be?" in an analysis piece about rejecting dangerous mixed-race "myths" after the Duchess of Sussex gave birth to a boy.
CNN host Brian Stelter criticized the president for tweeting support for far-right figures banned by Facebook over content containing "violence and hate."