Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan walked out of the House of Representatives before President Donald Trump could finish his State of the Union address on Tuesday, likening the "fake" speech to "professional wrestling."
President Donald Trump appeared to ignore House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's outstretched hand, refusing her offer of a handshake just before he began to deliver his State of the Union address Tuesday night.
Maine Senator Susan Collins told CBS News Tuesday she believes President Donald Trump has "learned a big lesson" from his impeachment while Collins' opponent in Maine's upcoming senate race, Sara Gideon, said she would have voted to remove the president from office.
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders claimed the Democrats made one of their "dumbest political moves" ever by impeaching President Donald Trump, while a new Gallup poll shows Trump with his highest approval rating of 49 percent.
Martha McSally argued that a vote to remove Trump would be an effort to "decapitate" the government ahead of the 2020 election.
"There will never, ever have been an American president with the power that Donald Trump possesses right now in this moment," Steve Schmidt argued.
Reports have claimed that Trump is preparing a list of enemies to take down once he is acquitted by the Senate.
GOP Senator Lisa Murkowski said Monday that she would vote to acquit President Donald Trump. "I cannot vote to acquit," Murkowski told the Senate.
Rep. Adam Schiff used his closing argument at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump to ask GOP senators to join the "Davids who took on Goliath" by voting to convict.
Iowa Republican Senator Joni Ernst said her remarks about former Vice President Joe Biden being impeached for his dealings in Ukraine if he were to be elected were "taken entirely out of context."
"I don't know what happened to Lindsey," the former vice president's wife said.
"I think she's a very confused, very nervous woman," the president said of the House Speaker.
"Maybe not the perfect call," Senator Joni Ernst said.
"On Election Day, as a citizen I will allow that to enter into my decision who to vote for," the legal scholar told Fox News Sunday.
"I think Susan Collins probably got in more of a jam than anybody else," conservative radio host Howie Carr told 'Fox & Friends.'
"Hey hey, ho ho, Susan Collins has to go," the best-selling author tweeted.
Voters are also dissatisfied with the way Republicans in Congress have conducted themselves during the impeachment process.
Comey held a precarious position in 2016 as the FBI's director when the agency was pursuing some of the most politically-sensitive investigations in recent history.
"The last 24 hours were pivotal, for all intents and purposes this impeachment process is over," Ted Cruz told Fox News.
The "Cuomo Prime Time" host said Americans should be angry that senators voted not to allow evidence in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Jeffrey Toobin, CNN's chief legal analyst, said the fact that Republican senators chose not to hear from Trump's former national security advisor John Bolton was "an absolute travesty."
Only two Republican senators backed the Democrats in the motion to call for further witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Democrats hoped four swing Republicans would back witnesses, but only two came on board as the Senate voted 51-49 against new evidence.
Senate Chaplain Barry Black opened Friday's impeachment trial against President Donald Trump with a plea to God that senators remember "that they alone are accountable to you for their conduct."
The White House intern at the center of the last impeachment scandal commented "Gee, too bad I had to give videoed witness testimony for the Senate trial in the Clinton impeachment."
John Dean, a member of former President Richard Nixon's White House Counsel said on Wednesday that President Donald Trump's lawyer Alan Dershowitz "unimpeached Richard Nixon" with his most recent arguments defending Trump.
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The Tennessee Republican was also thanked and praised by supporters of President Donald Trump over his move against further impeachment evidence.