The Democratic congressman reportedly stood up and demanded that the president face impeachment proceedings.
The 10 million signatures to impeach Trump represent the biggest online petition campaign in U.S. history, the groups claim.
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"As long as bigotry influences the President's policies, I will continue to seek his impeachment," Rep. Al Green tweeted.
"This president has given license to white supremacy in America that has spread across the world," said Tom Steyer, founder of the Need to Impeach campaign.
"The president engaged in bigotry not only with his rhetoric, but in his policies," Al Green said.
"Impeachment is so divisive to the country," Pelosi said, adding of Trump, "and he's just not worth it."
An MSNBC panel questioned if President Donald Trump is even capable of relinquishing his executive power without violence should he lose the 2020 election or get impeached.
"We're all anxiously waiting to hear what information Cohen brings to the table that's not already out there," said Representative Val Demings, a Florida Democrat.
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"Bigotry in policy will not be tolerated," Representative Al Green said on the House floor.
Trump's address "was honestly laughable," Steyer said.
"The sooner you're gone, the better," Need to Impeach founder Tom Steyer said in a video he posted to Twitter.
"The clock is ticking. Impeachment is not dead," Democratic Representative Al Green said.
Steyer's prepared remarks stated he decided not to run for president "at this time."
Trump has said Tlaib was "highly disrespectful" and "dishonored herself and dishonored her family" by using the term to describe him.
House Democrats on Capitol Hill mostly shied away from condemning Rashida Tlaib's remarks on Trump.
"#unapologeticallyMe," the newly sworn-in Democratic congresswoman wrote on Twitter on Friday.
The campaign has more than 6.5 million signatures to date.
Legal scholar says Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser, deserves leniency during his sentencing on Tuesday.
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."
The billionaire founder of the Need to Impeach campaign sure looks as if he's setting the stage for a presidential run.
"There's no question that his acts are egregious," former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman said of Trump.
Nadler previously said he would reopen an investigation into Kavanaugh's alleged sexual misconduct and conservative columnist Mollie Hemingway claimed that she heard the Democratic Congressman discussing plans to impeach the justice while on a train between Washington D.C. and New York City.
Democrats would likely launch investigations into the various controversies surrounding Trump if they won control of the House.