Mitt Romney, Joni Ernst, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski: If more than a couple of GOP senators say they intend to vote against Trump, a flood of Republican senators could turn against the president.
Pelosi felt compelled to define a word for President Donald Trump during a briefing on Capitol Hill, a move that some on social media described as "trolling."
"I think, strategically, what she has done from their perspective is actually quite brilliant," the former White House chief strategist said in an interview with CBS News.
GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy railed against Adam Schiff Sunday, accusing him of single-handedly dictating the impeachment inquiry he described as a "calculated coup."
"The chances of Ms. Pelosi becoming president, even in Donald Trump were impeached … are so remote it's not worth discussing," Andrew Napolitano said on Fox & Friends.
The president also suggested that house Speaker Nancy Pelosi should be dealing with the "needles that are lying all over the street" in San Francisco.
"This helps Elizabeth Warren because she's trying to scoop up the progressives," Mary Anne Marsh argued.
Months of leaks, secret investigations, news media hysteria, and a parade of witnesses failed to move a single Republican to vote yes.
"You know the Republicans have a losing fight on their hands, because all they can do is talk about process," Joe Scarborough said.
The impeachment rules for how the House will conduct public hearings do not appease Republicans' demands, and the vote will place a handful of vulnerable, mostly freshmen Democrats in a tough political spot.
The House speaker said in an interview with The Atlantic that if President Donald Trump is not held to account over Ukraine then "we might as well not even run for office."
The author Lee Smith told the "Mornings with Maria" show that he believed the impeachment inquiry was created with an aim to "protect the swamp."
Vice President Pence said congressional Democrats abandoned reforms on gun control, health care and opioid abuse in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump.
Thanks to Senator Graham, House Democrats had no choice but to finally bring the impeachment process to a vote
The Trump 2020 campaign is hawking a "Stop the Witch-Hunt" poster parodying the 1993 film 'Hocus Pocus' just in time for Halloween.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled plans to formally open impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump in a letter to Democrat lawmakers.
House Democrats have announced they will vote on the formalization of impeachment of President Donald Trump on Thursday while promising to "ensure transparency and provide a clear path forward."
"Does the president not trust the Speaker of the House with sensitive national security information?" Chris Wallace asked.
Pelosi "will impeach the president of the United States on two counts: one, abuse of power, the other obstruction of power," Bannon asserted.
The president had made a similar criticism of the city of the late Baltimore Democrat Elijah Cummings.
In the interview, Greg Craig told the hosts, "I think it is clearly becoming the focus of this Ukraine conversation, the use of the presidential power in ways that are unacceptable and inappropriate and unconstitutional and inconsistent with his oath."
Joe Scarborough says GOP senators prefer to "talk about policy" and not the president's attempts to "loot the federal treasury to make hundreds of thousands of dollars" at his resorts.
Representative Adam Schiff said those Republicans attacked him because they themselves "lacked the courage to confront the most dangerous and unethical president in American history."
"You misspelled 'Melania and I extend our condolences to Speaker Pelosi on the death of her beloved brother Thomas D'Alesandro III,'" Christine Pelosi tweeted.
"Everyone can see the atrocities that are happening right now in Syria with the Kurds," McCain argued on ABC's "The View."
Social media users pointed out that several of the men on Trump's side of the table appeared to be avoiding looking at both Pelosi and Trump.
Rather than seeing a "nervous" speaker, Trump's opponents across the ideological spectrum viewed an empowered politician boldly facing down the president on his 1,000th day in office.
The daughter of the late Senator John McCain questioned why "tough women who don't put up with any s***" are described as "unhinged."