During an appearance on 'Fox & Friends,' Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy accused Democrats and Schiff of "playing politics" with Iran instead of celebrating the action Trump took last Friday when he ordered the drone attack on Soleimani.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts weren't confident there would be a bipartisan presidential ticket, though.
Brad Blakeman also said he did not think Trump would even be officially impeached until Nancy Pelosi sends the impeachment charges to the Senate.
"They think they are more moral and smarter than the rest of us," Jerry Falwell, the president of Liberty University, complained to Fox & Friends.
"There is a legal basis for impeachment because it's really a political judgment on the part of the members of the Congress," Andrew Napolitano said.
"It would be a horror show for him," Trump told Fox News in 2014.
Brian Kilmeade was shocked to see that the poll found that so much of the country favored impeachment, but also reported a slight increase in the president's approval rating.
"[Kaepernick] knew what he was getting into when he decided to kneel and now, he's going to go ahead and capitalize on this by essentially extorting the black community," former NFL player and current congressional candidate Jeremy Staat told 'Fox & Friends.'
Ainsley Earhardt and GOP Rep. Todd McClintock defended Trump's Ukraine dealings by saying Americans elected him to "be Trump."
"Her poll numbers aren't doing so great. We're going to move on to the parade," Hegseth said.
Republicans for Rule of Law is expected to run an advertisement on "Fox & Friends" asking why the White House has not allowed potentially key witnesses to testify in the impeachment hearings. "What is Trump afraid of?" the ad asks.
"If you're a believing Christian, you understand God's plan for the people who rule and judge over us on this planet in our government," Perry said.
A former U.S. soldier who was pardoned by Donald Trump after being convicted on two counts of second-degree murder offered loving praise for the president and railed against his critics.
"There was no quid, and there was no quo," Washington Times editor Charles Hurt told Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy. "When there's no quid or pro, you can't keep saying 'quid pro quo,' even though I don't even know what that means, really."
"We're trying to remind everyone in Congress, especially the Republicans that we should approach this matter with gravitas," Chris Truax, RRL's legal adviser, told Newsweek.
"It's the selective release, that the courts will say, 'is he really serious about executive privilege?'" Andrew Napolitano pointed out.
"They're all diplomats, and diplomats are notorious gossipers," Gregg Jarrett argued.
Scott Adams praised "the authenticity" of the president's social media presence, calling it "raw."
"But the lieutenant colonel says the transcript wasn't accurate," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade interjected
"I think that's farcical. There's no doubt about it. This lieutenant colonel was born in the Ukraine," Kilmeade said.
"As expected, the right-wing will impugn someone's character," Senator Mazie Hirono said.
The Trump impeachment advertisement debuted on national Television on Friday on CNN's 'New Day' show.
Steve Bannon said on 'Fox & Friends' that he thinks Joe Biden's presidential aspirations are "compromised" by business that his son Hunter conducted in China.
"This is like presenting a case to a grand jury, which is never done in public," Andrew Napolitano explained.
Clinton has called Gabbard "the favorite of the Russians." Gabbard hit back, calling the failed 2016 presidential hopeful the "queen of warmongers."
The star of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and the original "God's Not Dead" film told "Fox & Friends" that he chose to work on a new "faith-based action film" in part because of its underlying pro-Second Amendment message.
Fox News guest and bow-tie economist Peter Morici criticized Senator Elizabeth Warren's tax plan Monday morning, claiming that people with $50 million in assets are not wealthy and shouldn't be taxed.
"Impeachment is always constitutional if it originates in the House and if its basis is arguably for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," wrote Andrew Napolitano in an op-ed.
"So clearly there is a double standard when it comes to that, but we have heard about the hypocrisy before," another Fox News host, Steve Doocy, said.
"It drives me nuts inside," Jordan Belfort, who pleaded guilty to fraud and served 22 months in prison, complained.