"We need people who will speak the truth," the former secretary of state said of congressional Republicans. "They are here for our country. They are not here simply to be re-elected again."
"Somebody ought to go up there and tell him it's over," Powell told 'Today' anchor Savannah Guthrie on Friday. "The plane's waiting for you, you're out."
"I don't know why he does this," the former secretary of state said.
The former secretary of state said he believes President Donald Trump tells lies constantly, because the Republican Party and the Congress let him do anything he wants.
The former Secretary of State also urged Republicans to remember "the Constitution started with, 'We the People,' not 'Me the President.'"
The former secretary of state said he doubted President Donald Trump could ever be a "moral leader."
In the show, McCord will turn to the former secretaries of state to ask their advice on how to respond to a delicate situation.
Will U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley, like former Secretary of State Colin Powell, regret her presentation on the alleged threat posed by Iran?
The former U.S. secretary of state allegedly wrote that "the boys in Tehran know Israel has 200, all targeted on Tehran."
Many in the GOP have a history of using private servers, like Hillary Clinton, and "losing" or actively deleting emails.
A judge ordered the State Department on Monday to review and determine the potential release of 14,900 documents related to Hillary Clinton's emails.
Hillary Clinton and Colin Powell having classified documents in their email accounts is not a scandal. It's not even important.
In a rare interview in 2002, the South African president demands George W. Bush win United Nations support before attacking Iraq.