Jon Meacham accused the GOP of following the commander-in-chief "whatever the facts may be" rather than the looking to the Constitution.
"They do not agree with" Trump and "think that the course that he is on is wrong for America," Rep. Denny Heck said
Each member of the House Judiciary Committee gave their opening statements tonight, defending their decisions for or against impeaching President Donald J. Trump.
A representative for Republicans for the Rule of Law told Newsweek that the group targeted representatives who have shown a willingness to "assert their independence" of the president.
"Why in God's name is any Democrat trying to lower the bar?" Representative Sean Maloney asked.
"They have decided to put party above the rule of law, party above what is right," Rep. Mike Quigley said.
Researchers told Newsweek the study may "ease the minds of those worried that anti-discrimination policies will necessarily put traditionally advantaged groups (e.g. whites) at a disadvantage."
"Republicans were left floundering in their defense of a president who kept admitting to what he was accused of," S.E. Cupp said.
Weld, the former Massachusetts governor challenging Donald Trump, has a lot to say—and he isn't shy about saying it/
"I think a full blown defense that says 'this is a hoax' and 'there's absolutely nothing to it,' will be difficult for them to sustain," Senator Chris Coons said.
"This is the most desperate defense," Joe Scarborough said.
Eight Fox hosts, personalities and contributors have appeared at Republican events in 2018, despite Fox's statement that they have "addressed the issue with contributors and hosts."
The House Republicans called the ongoing impeachment proceedings "an orchestrated campaign to upend our political system" in the report.
The 2017 tax overhaul expanded taxpayers' standard deduction but made millions of Americans ineligible to claim a tax break for donating to charities—leading to a decline in giving to these organizations.
President Donald Trump's Republican allies have propagated a baseless conspiracy theory that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 presidential elections.
"We're back here again, by the way, in rerun season here in the Judiciary Committee," GOP Congressman Doug Collins said on Sunday.
MSNBC host Joy Reid and columnist Leonard Pitts discussed the "cult-like" religiosity of President Donald Trump's supporters, saying that at least former Republican President George W. Bush had a "soul."
An Economist/YouGov poll asked, "Which Republican president was better?"
"He's a base politician. He doesn't know how to turn this around," Douglas Brinkley assessed.
On Monday, Kentucky Democrats jokingly declared a "Wrap Battle" against the Senate Majority Leader, who's up for re-election in 2020.
Texas Republicans blamed a "staffer" Monday after their blueprint for winning 2020 elections and plans to mitigate President Donald Trump's "polarizing nature" began showing up in Democrats' email inboxes.
Trump on Sunday launched a series of tweets criticizing members of the Democratic Party and defending himself against impeachment allegations.
"Nunes wasn't just covering up for President Trump, he was literally doing his dirty work," Phil Arballo tells Newsweek.
"Our Democratic Party is unfortunately not the party that is of, by and for the people," Gabbard said.
"Game over. Send Trump home," Richard W. Painter tweeted as Ambassador Sondland testified on Wednesday.
One Republican representative told The Washington Examiner that any existence of a quid pro quo "doesn't matter much anymore."
"Members of the Senate have said, 'I understand everything there is about this case, and I won't vote to impeach the president.' Please allow the facts to do the talking," Graham said in 1998.
"It's lack of character among people on these committees. Just a lack of character," MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said.
"If you find yourself lying about a war hero, you should probably question your choices in life," Representative Sean Maloney said.