Dozens of journalists invoked a classic snobby line of attempted high-brow crticism, comparing former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's "unexciting" Wednesday testimony to a book that's better than the movie.
"It's just one more extraordinarily reckless example of how Republicans just don't mean anything that they said," Joe Scarborough said.
Democratic strategist Don Calloway said Trump's attacks on the four Democratic lawmakers is "just the shoot-around or the warm up for" Kamala Harris.
"As a former White House staffer who stood in that spot and spoke on behalf of a president, I'm fairly confident that I would have been fired on the spot for demanding that a reporter disclose his or her ethnicity," Wallace said.
"That's what we hear from authoritarian regimes around the world. It's not what we hear from democracies," Katty Kay warned.
"For the president of the United States, this country is for white people, period," MSNBC guest Professor Eddie Glaude Jr. said.
"Is there anything to defend with this guy? He beclowned himself again yesterday," Scarborough said on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe.'
"I think we're seeing him – either the pressure of being president has made him worse or there are other factors," the Sharpton said.
"It's like every teenager's worst nightmare, where you're trying to get a word in edgewise with the cooler girls and they're just ignoring you," Kasie Hunt said of the viral clip.
California Senator Kamala Harris asked by MSNBC's Chris Matthews how she didn't end up hating white people after her experiences as a black child.
President Donald Trump let rip at NBC on Twitter after audio problems during its first 2020 Democratic Party debate.
"Ivanka went publicly because of course her brand is women and children, but she's taken that off her brand, children," MSNBC's Brzezinski said Wednesday.
Joe Scarborough called on the Trump's vice president to see what Jesus says about the treatment of little children."
Joe Biden compared the election of President Donald Trump to the "reawakening" that occurred among Baby Boomers after the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy.
Trump said he hadn't campaigned to win the popular vote, but asserted that he would have won had his campaign employed a different strategy.
"She knows what she's doing, and she is a different form of Trump. 'I'm gonna say the outrageous; I'm gonna get the tweets, I'm gonna get the social media hits.' [Ocasio-Cortez] has some of the same tone deafness or at least tone awareness of what plays in the media."
Impeachment continues to be a thorny topic for Democrats. For the most part, leaders of the party have argued that impeachment is a politically risky move.
"I would find it disrespectful to the women who are down on the [southern] border who are being raped around the clock down there without any protection. They're young women, they, you know, try to come here - as you know, they are there by the thousands. The women have very little protection there; it would just be disrespectful."
"That is a truly awful confusion on my part," MSNBC contributor Noah Rothman apologized to Joaquin on Morning Joe.
Coverage of Trump's Orlando, Florida rally showed cable news networks and the media appear reluctant to give him the same $5.6 billion of free airtime he received in 2016.
"If they don't condemn it, then of course they are being disloyal to their country, and choosing instead to be loyal to Donald Trump," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said.
Some conservatives criticized the MSNBC announcement, while others hoped more members of the "ideological media" would moderate debates in the future.
"I mean, there's no secret about it. That's the way they are being programmed," Media Buzz host Howard Kurtz said.
Georgia congressman Rob Woodall said he also didn't read accusations against Bill Clinton in 1998.
"It's 2019. It's America. There's no excuses," Wajahat Ali, a contributing op-ed writer for The New York Times, wrote on Twitter.
"This was just a really captivating, stirring remarkable moment for the entire world to witness," CNN's Jim Acosta said.
Pete Buttigieg, a candidate in the Democratic Party's 2020 primary, appears in an old "Hardball" clip from while he was a college student at Harvard.
"You know what I think it does, it's going to create a realignment of the supply chain away from China to other parts of the world," Congressman Sean Duffy argued.
"Take the word impeachment away. It's a losing word," he said. "It's a 30-year-old word that does not help us."
"He has nothing but yes men that tell him all the time whatever he wants to hear," Joe Scarborough alleged.