"I greatly appreciate the seriousness with which the special counsel takes lying to Congress," Representative Adam Schiff said.
"They're now moving on to me and my father. And my spidey sense tells me they mean to move on us to take InfoWars out."
The State Department is not saying when it will implement the sanctions, noting that there is no deadline in the law for imposing them.
"The Treasury Department seems to be doing its damnedest to help a Russian oligarch by relieving sanctions, hiding the evidence and duping the Senate in the process," John Avlon said.
"Lying to the American people may not be itself breaking the law, but if it's part of a conspiracy, part of aiding and abetting other illicit actions, we need to see the full special counsel report and all that he knows," Democrat Richard Blumenthal said.
"Whether it amounts to criminal conduct, clearly the efforts of the House Republicans were designed to impede and throw sticks into the spokes of the Mueller investigation," Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse said.
The former mayor of New York City told Chris Cuomo: "I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign."
The president phoned a New York Times reporter after a meeting with the Russian leader at the 2017 G20 summit and said he accepted Putin's denial.
"The only time the president is not shooting himself in the foot on the Russia investigation is when he's reloading the gun," Mike Rogers, a former GOP congressman, told CNN.
The FBI launched its investigation to determine whether President Donald Trump was "acting at the behest of [Russia] and somehow following directions, somehow executing their will," FBI counsel James Baker told Congress.
"This is about the most serious counterintelligence people we have in the U.S. government saying, 'Oh, my God, the president's words and actions lead us to conclude that somehow he has become a witting, unwitting, or half-witting pawn," Carl Bernstein said.
"U.S. officials said there is no detailed record, even in classified files, of Trump's face-to-face interactions with the Russian leader [Vladimir Putin] at five locations over the past two years," the Washington Post reported this weekend.
Voters decided that "collusion" should be banished for "mis-use, over-use and general uselessness."
After two years of Trump we may have overlooked the essence of his insanity: His brain sees only private interests transacting. It doesn't comprehend the public interest.
"Let's remember that Michael Cohen has corroborating evidence for everything that he has said," attorney Lanny Davis said.
"I mean, this is a whole other can of worms that they know they'll have to deal with," Julie Davis said.
"There are voluntary participants in this. They are people who will be indicted themselves for failing to register as foreign agents," Dr. Sarah Kendzior said.
Asked about new accusations facing Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who has already pleaded guilty to multiple charges, Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin had "no comment."
"When you're the president of the United States and you've just been implicated in criminal activity, things are not OK in your world," Republican pundit S.E. Cupp said.
After multiple bombshell filings from Mueller's investigation, Dershowitz believed the special counsel's final report on the investigation will "blur the line between crimes and sins."
"The endgame is drawing near," wrote former federal prosecutor Peter Zeidenberg. "Mueller is laying out the predicate for a wide-ranging conspiracy case."
"The time that he can get away with lying to the American people all the time and evading accountability is coming to end," Congressman Jerry Nadler said.