The Senate Majority Leader told Fox & Friends that the decision to withhold articles of impeachment from the chamber was "absurd."
Twitter users posting the hashtag were largely responding to a comparison the House Minority Leader made between the the Horowitz Report's contents and Watergate.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen told Face the Nation that further witnesses would also make it "harder for those senators to vote for acquittal."
According to a Morning Consult & Politico poll, 51 percent of voters approve of the Senate removing President Trump from office.
"I don't see enough Republicans in that body turning on a man who's about to face re-election anyway," she says.
The Speaker of the House told AP that President Trump was impeached "no matter what" happens in the Senate.
More than 30,000 Trump supporters have learned how best to use social media to promote the president's messaging, McClatchy D.C. reported.
The president's son and Trump Organization boss said the Biden could not get through "two sentences without stuttering."
Editor in chief Mark Galli said some of his "brothers and sisters" were willing to defend the commander-in-chief "to the end."
Dueling speeches from the senate majority and minority leaders took place on the floor of the senate today as McConnell and Schumer tangle over whether or not witnesses will be called during the senate's impeachment hearing for the president.
Democratic strategists also told Newsweek that the impeachment of President Trump should be sidelined in Los Angeles tonight.
Tony Schwartz also said the letter was a cry to be excused for being "every bit as evil as he has always deeply if unconsciously believed himself to be."
Sen. Sherrod Brown said his own biases against President Trump would be "immaterial" in the widely expected Senate trial.
Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs called President Donald Trump's six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "elegant" and "comprehensive" while his guest Mark Simone called the letter the "Gettysburg Address of smear job false accusations."
As members of the House prepare for their final vote on the impeachment of President Trump, the president has claimed that Democrats are putting pressure on their colleagues to vote yes, while Speaker Nancy Pelosi urges her colleagues to "join me on the Floor" Wednesday for the vote.
In a tweet Tuesday afternoon, Christine Pelosi, daughter of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, decried the president's open letter to her mother as "angry" and "nasty."
Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson has said that he's going to vote against impeachment, but unlike Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey, he won't be switching parties to do so.
As an impeachment vote looms, President Trump has gotten positive news from two polls.
A number of Russian news commentators have noted a shift in public opinion as the Ukraine has taken more of the blame for election in matters of electoral interference since the resent Ukrainian scandal.
A DCCC spokesperson confirmed that ex-staffers unable to find immediate employment would be paid and assisted with finding new positions aligning with their values.
The South Carolina Republican told "Face the Nation" that President Trump should "get out of the way" when somebody was ready to acquit him.
Frank Skinner sparked controversy after a picture showing him wearing a Trump 2020 hat while in his Santa costume at a mall in Waycross, Georgia, started circulating on Facebook.
Trump claimed the conservative cable network is "trying sooo hard to be politically correct" by interviewing former FBI director James Comey and Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
Jon Meacham accused the GOP of following the commander-in-chief "whatever the facts may be" rather than the looking to the Constitution.
The president said any deal between the countries would be "bigger and more lucrative" than one the U.K. could strike with the European Union.
Senator Bernie Sanders has endorsed progressive talk show host Cenk Uygur for Congress one month after Uygur publicly endorsed Sanders.
The congresswoman told followers that a "massive surge" in new voters heading to the polls would stop the "hoarding of wealth by the few."
Former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin issued a pardon to Patrick Brian Baker, 41, who was convicted in the 2014 death of Donald Mills.
The president's son also said Pelosi had "lost control" of her caucus and was under pressure from "radical leftists."
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal told MSNBC that "unpredicted evidence" could prompt more Republican senators to vote against Trump.