The former U.S. Attorney's comments came after Ambassador Gordon Sondland's explosive testimony to the House impeachment inquiry.
"It's lack of character among people on these committees. Just a lack of character," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said.
Elise Jordan said Trump's allies don't care "what your service to your country has been," pointing out that "you can be literally wounded in battle" and they'll still suggest you're "a traitor."
'Morning Joe' host Joe Scarborough revealed his own weight of about 240 pounds as a point of comparison to Trump's weight.
"This is a ridiculous charge to level at somebody who works for Mike Pompeo and Mike Pence," Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post said.
"If it had been a Muslim that had shot two American kids, Washington would be shut down today. Remember San Bernardino? Remember? Washington got shut down," Scarborough said on his "Morning Joe" show.
"That's at least one promise that they fulfilled," quipped "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough on his MSNBC show.
Ex-Navy intelligence officer Malcom Nance's comments seemed to be well-received by 'Morning Joe' co-host Willie Geist.
"[Trump] has an enormous problem with women, suburban women particularly. He's entirely transactional; loyalty is a one-way street," Steve Schmidt said, suggesting that Haley's memoir, 'With All Due Respect,' was entirely motivated by her efforts to stay in the president's good graces.
"We have a situation where we see the national security of the United States ... compromised over the president's political interests," Steve Schmidt said.
"I just wonder how low these people are going to go. How much they're going to degrade themselves?" MSNBC's Joe Scarborough asked.
"You know the Republicans have a losing fight on their hands, because all they can do is talk about process," Joe Scarborough said.
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski also said the chants were "un-American" and labeled calls for political opponents to be locked up "fascist" tactics.
Joe Scarborough says GOP senators prefer to "talk about policy" and not the president's attempts to "loot the federal treasury to make hundreds of thousands of dollars" at his resorts.
"The behavior that we're seeing from the president continues to worsen," Steve Schmidt warned.
Joe Scarborough said: "There's no place to run. There's no place to hide, baby. It's all on video, and Mulvaney yesterday did more to move the president toward impeachment than anybody has over the past, well, three years."
"Istanbul, you've seen the picture of Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump going and opening up Trump Towers," Joe Scarborough said in regards to the president's controversial Syria withdrawal.
"I have been deeply disappointed by what I've seen," Chuck Rosenberg said.
"Now, he's reading from it, claiming that this website hack job is an affidavit," Joe Scarborough said, playing clips of Giuliani on Fox News.
"This is moving very quickly and yet the White House still seems ill-prepared," Joe Scarborough said.
"They might actually think twice before talking about impeachment in every other breath," Joe Scarborough argued.
Actions such as withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal have resulted in a Middle East foreign policy by Trump as something that's "essentially become a Saudi wish list," Ben Rhodes said.
"It reveals that there is no process in this administration, there is no serious policymaking process," former CIA Director John Brennan said.
'Audience of One: Donald Trump, Television, and the Fracturing of America' examines Trump's long relationship with television, controlling and being controlled by it.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, the panel discussed the erosion of trust in the media during the Trump era.
"No new wall has been built, none," Morning Joe host and former GOP Congressman Joe Scarborough pointed out.
"It's not a stretch to say that Donald Trump's most lasting legacy may well be writing what he calls love letters to a dictator in North Korea," Joe Scarborough said.
"I've never seen it before," the former GOP congressman said, pointing out that the attack came "in defense of an autocrat."
Many American Jewish groups and lawmakers have called out the president's comment as anti-Semitic.
"This is what we see in mob cases. It makes no sense," the Morning Joe host said.