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."
"NBC says it has nothing to hide," Kelly said. "Great! Let's not hide anything."
"I mean, giddy-up, let's do it," Stephanie Ruhle suggested.
MSNBC host, Chris Hayes, calls out his own news organization in light of new information from Ronan Farrow's new book.
"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.
"Other than some skinheads and people on the far, far right, if you look at what's happening economically, if you look at the trade war...basically he's not going to get any legislation through, you start to go where is that — who's making up that 38, 39, 40 percent?"
Bob Woodward told MSNBC that he believes the Democratic Party should expand its investigation into President Donald Trump beyond the Ukraine whistleblower complaint.
The veteran prosecutor told MSNBC's "Hardball" that he would lock up people making threats against the whistleblower.
"This is moving very quickly and yet the White House still seems ill-prepared," Joe Scarborough said.
A Democratic Party activist and MSNBC guest claimed Friday that voters in support of Senator Bernie Sanders instead of Elizabeth Warren are revealing their "sexism."
"I would say that there is something to see here," legal scholar Benjamin Wittes told MSNBC on Thursday.
Pelosi responded, "Yes, you can tell your people to obey the law," MSNBC's Heidi Przybyla said.
"All of the leaks, all of the information that we have currently about the corruption going on in the Trump Administration has come from Trump officials," Democratic strategist Tara Dowdell said.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes mocked Fox News' Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham saying, "you can tell they're still good TV friends because they keep smiling as they say awful stuff to each other."
Lewandowski in front of cameras "was playing for an audience of one," and "he was rude, he was insolent, he was stonewalling and then ultimately was revealed to be a liar," Mika Brzezinski said.
John Brennan, who served under Barack Obama, told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace that he was worried about the "dysfunctionality of our government at this time."
"This is one of those hearings where the written transcript will be much more damning," former GOP congressman David Jolly 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.
The Trump administration is reportedly blocking citizens of the Bahamas from being granted temporary protective status following the devastation of Hurricane Dorian.
"We have a president who seems to not want to hear anything other than 'yes,'" Susan Rice told MSNBC.
"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.
Lawrence O'Donnell, host of the MSNBC show "The Last Word," shared information from a source claiming President Donald Trump's loans were countersigned by Russian oligarchs.
"Tonight we are retracting the story," Lawrence O'Donnell said on Wednesday evening.
Victor Cha was nominated to become Trump's ambassador to South Korea but was dropped after warning the White House against a pre-emptive strike on the North.