Laurence Tribe, a Harvard Law professor and author, said on MSNBC that if Trump's requests of the Ukrainian government and his refusal to comply with subpoenas are not reason enough for impeachment, "then nothing is."
Representative Zoe Lofgren, 71, has seen three impeachment inquiries in her time at Congress. She said the articles submitted against President Donald Trump are "supported by the evidence and should be approved."
"This is really a collision between order and rule of law," former NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis said.
The attorney general touted an "important watershed moment" by the summer in the Durham investigation into the FBI.
"We know Barr will do anything for Donald Trump," Joe Scarborough said, describing William Barr as the president's "hack."
The House is likely to impeach President Donald Trump but whether the GOP-controlled Senate will convict him is an open question.
Elizabeth Holtzman was on the House Judiciary Committee that adopted articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon.
The former senior official in the Obama and Clinton administrations said there "are no grown-ups" left in President Donald Trump's White House.
"This is the most desperate defense," Joe Scarborough said.
The call records of President Donald Trump's lawyer were released in the House Intelligence Committee's impeachment report.
Lance Dodes told MSNBC that Trump "tells other people that they are what he is."
Frank Figliuzzi also said the attorney general had a "consistent ability to ignore facts" on MSNBC Monday night.
During Tuesday's 'Morning Joe,' host Joe Scarborough mocked Donald Trump's claims that he had legal scholars read the transcripts of his Ukraine phone calls.
Charlie Sykes appeared on MSNBC with Nicolle Wallace to discuss John Kennedy's continuing efforts to push a false narrative on TV for Russia.
MSNBC host Joy Reid and columnist Leonard Pitts discussed the "cult-like" religiosity of President Donald Trump's supporters, saying that at least former Republican President George W. Bush had a "soul."
The president, who is facing impeachment, said he did not direct his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to dig up dirt in Ukraine.
Former Obama Lawyer Neal Katyal and former prosecutor Evan Perez called today's McGahn ruling, stating that anyone subpoenaed must show up to testify regardless of their position, a "complete win for Nancy Pelosi" and a "devastating" loss for President Donald Trump.
"It goes to a phrase we've all become familiar with in recent months, the idea of consciousness of guilt," Niall Stanage said.
The presidential candidate went on the offensive against MSNBC Saturday, rejecting an appearance and accusing the cable news network of frequently denigrating and outright ignoring his campaign.
The hashtags #LetYangSpeak and #LetTulsiSpeak began to trend on Twitter after Yang and Gabbard received less than 10 minutes' speaking time.
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.