"It seemed the more bad news befell Bill Clinton, the higher his approval ratings went," Scarborough said.
"Mueller is allowed to deviate from policy in, 'extraordinary circumstances,'" Seema Iyer said. "Are we at extraordinary circumstances? Hello! I think we are here."
"This is something you see in mafia states, where the leader will put his children or relatives into office in order to keep the corruption going, keep the money flowing, not get caught, override prosecution," Sarah Kendzior said.
"These people are such cartoonish criminals that now that SDNY is on it, they're all going down," Elie Mystal said.
Ahead of Michael Cohen's congressional testimony before the House Oversight committee on Wednesday, GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz accused Trump's former attorney of having affairs with multiple women.
"Donald Trump fans the flames of hatred and many that are out there that support him are responding to it," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said.
"...that made it possible for people to either readily believe or want to believe Jussie Smollett."
"He is not capable of doing the job," Richard Painter said of President Donald Trump.
Pence paused and looked down, appearing to expect an applause. But only silence followed.
The MSNBC host said: "So what are those Republican senators going to say about that now?"
Outraged responses poured in through social media after the network failed to include women or minorities in a list of potential candidates.
During a segment on MSNBC's "The Beat," Nick Ackerman told host Ari Melber that today's ruling could pressure Manafort to "tell the truth."
"We're forgetting that Trump trades in the language of 'globalist.' That word comes out of a white supremacist, white nationalist community."
"Historians will record ... that Donald Trump was the laziest president ever to occupy the Oval Office," Scarborough said.
David Cay Johnston recalled that Trump made inquiries into his personal life while he was working on a book about him.
"I think that it's totally fine to say that a two-party system is, especially in this time of gridlock, is sometimes a difficult thing to navigate," Ocasio-Cortez said.
The congressman is famous for suggesting George Soros-sponsored liberal activists were using the Parkland shooting survivors as pawns in an anti-gun agenda.
"People need to stop saying that Donald Trump is taking a different position than all of his intel chiefs and from the United States military," "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough said.
The latest government shutdown is now the longest is U.S. history.
"If you were a mayor and you shut down the government, they will put you in the ground," said Mitch Landrieu.
Former mayor of New York has been accused of moving the goalposts.
Former vice presidential chief of staff Ron Klain said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was right to deny President Donald Trump the State of the Union platform.
Nicolle Wallace derided the entire right side of the political aisle and said racists are "tolerated" by conservatives and "there isn't a strain of racism on the left."
John Brennan agreed with an assessment that President Donald Trump was a danger to the country's national security.