Despite Trump's Twitter tirade Wednesday about impeachment and Nancy Pelosi, the House Speaker's daughter told CNN that her family did not discuss the impeachment over Christmas.
Former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter and former senator Rick Santorum had a heated moment after Patinter compared Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to "a judge impaneling an all-white jury for a Klansman trial."
Panelists on CNN's "The Lead" laughed at Rudy Giuliani's interview in New York magazine, where he allegedly drank Bloody Marys with a reporter and discussed his wish to defend President Trump during the impeachment trial.
"Forgive me for being snarky and blunt, but he's stealing a page from Omarosa's playbook," Mark Groombrdige told CNN.
"That's really dangerous," Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger warned.
CNN correspondent Ana Navarro called President Trump "pathetic" for attacking late Rep. John Dingell because Dingell's wife, Debbie Dingell, voted for his impeachment.
Wolf Blitzer shared a video of Clinton apologizing for his actions in 1998, just days before he was impeached by the House of Representatives.
Impeachment lawyer Ross Garber told CNN's Jake Tapper today that Democrats "haven't had a sales pitch to the American public" about the importance of impeaching President Donald Trump.
Jeffrey Toobin, a CNN anchor, said that he felt that his own network's polls—which show a decline in the number of Democrats who favor impeachment—are wrong.
"You really want the American people to believe this guy cares about corruption?" the CNN host asked Congressman Mike Johnson.
"I think there is a reason why women, people of color, young people, don't feel affinity for the Republican Party. It's because the brand, the way business has been conducted, sends a message: 'we don't value you, and we don't respect you,'" Fiorina told CNN's Poppy Harlow.
"The president has a very unorthodox style of messaging. It's not the way that I talk or I would tweet," Republican Congressman Mike Johnson said.
"You can't hide from history," S.E. Cupp warned.
Trump claimed the conservative cable network is "trying sooo hard to be politically correct" by interviewing former FBI director James Comey and Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
The attorney general has continued to defend President Donald Trump's attacks on the FBI even after many of his conspiracy theories were debunked.
"Impeachment is not a single-shot weapon. The constitution does not say it's a one-and-done deal," Paul Begala said.
"Republicans were left floundering in their defense of a president who kept admitting to what he was accused of," S.E. Cupp said.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi faced an audience with questions tonight during a CNN Town Hall, where she spoke about health care, climate change and the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Trump canceled a planned press conference after world leaders were filmed joking together at the NATO summit, apparently about the president, although his name was not mentioned.
CNN's chief political analyst Gloria Borger said this is "a lesson on how when you run for the presidency, you need to have a message and you need to stick to it."
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo argued Republican congressman Randy Weber about conspiracy theories that claim cybersecurity company CrowdStrike is partially owned by a Ukrainian.
Elie Honig explained on CNN to explain why President Donald Trump does not need to have committed a crime to be impeached.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker admitted on CNN he was "caught off guard" by a Super PAC attack ad targeting South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, but said November poll leaders never win the Dem nomination.
Wasn't Giuliani "shaking down the Ukrainians for personal profit?" Ana Cabrera asked.
CNN host Ana Navarro-Cárdenas said a recent Rasmussen poll of black voter support increasing for President Donald Trump is fake, quipping that only Kanye West, Diamond & Silk were surveyed.
Former Obama Lawyer Neal Katyal and former prosecutor Evan Perez called today's McGahn ruling, stating that anyone subpoenaed must show up to testify regardless of their position, a "complete win for Nancy Pelosi" and a "devastating" loss for President Donald Trump.
CNN host John King called Representative Devin Nunes' response to allegations that he met with former Ukraine prosecutor Victor Shokin about the Bidens "horsesh*t."
CNN's Brian Stelter accused Donald Trump of "gaslighting the country," and fellow host Jake Tapper took his analysis a step further, saying the president is corrupting "truth" as an concept.