Fox News also claimed four of the five top program slots with "Hannity," "Tucker Carlson Tonight," "The Ingraham Angle," and "The Five."
"I want whatever he's taken, that's some kind of Zen," MSNBC's "Deadline: White House" host Nicolle Wallace joked.
"If there's obvious evidence, the bottom's going to fall out," White House reporter Eli Stokols said.
"Even the Fox News viewers will be seeing with their own eyes it is not all fake news," Dana Milbank said.
"Donald Trump is compromised here politically," "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough emphasized.
It's not fair to say Trump is like a mob boss, Daniel Goldman said—adding that mob bosses are typically way smarter.
"It is so obvious, just their jealousy and how threatened they are by her," the aide said of how Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been treated so far in Washington, D.C.
"Maybe somebody should come up with a name for him because he spins these tales," co-host Joe Scarborough said. "Disney Don?"
It's been a rocky week for the president.
Frank Figliuzzi, the former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, said he believed Mueller was set to issue indictments in the investigation of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, which could indicate what he might have on the president.
"[Trump] didn't know what to do. He was just freakin' out."
The conservative channel snagged the top five spots for cable news program.
"It lines up, historically, exactly with what certain countries were talking about when they were talking about gypsies and Jews," the "Morning Joe" host said.
"I told Jeb Bush after the debate that I thought he should have punched him in the face."
"I generally agree that Cohen is more dangerous to Trump personally, but that's how Cohen gets wrapped up into the Russia thing," Elie Mystal, editor of Above the Law, said. "Who talked to who about the pee pee tape?"
"It's the real Trump derangement syndrome," Ronald Reagan Jr. said.
Maddow broke down in tears live on air on Tuesday night while reporting on babies and toddler shelters on the southern U.S. border.
"He's going to have to bring his toothbrush to court on Friday," a former U.S. attorney said Tuesday.
The manipulated photo showed John McCain's face atop the body of Virginia Tech Shooter Seung-Hui Cho, who killed 33 people at the university in 2007.
Avenatti's critics often point to his media appearances in an attempt to discredit him.
The conservative commentator claims there was a hidden subtext in the Aunt Lydia joke.