Pew Research Center data shows that 54 percent of adult Americans surveyed now back the Democratic probe into the president's conduct.
"So let's follow up with those Republican members who went on the tv and said there was no quid pro quo now that Mulvaney has enthusiastically admitted to it," Senator Brian Schatz tweeted.
"Everyone can see the atrocities that are happening right now in Syria with the Kurds," McCain argued on ABC's "The View."
The Democratic senator described Trump's missive to Turkey's president as "one heck of an interesting letter."
"Impeachment is always constitutional if it originates in the House and if its basis is arguably for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," wrote Andrew Napolitano in an op-ed.
Sixty percent of Republicans in California said they believe immigrants make the U.S. better.
"We bombed our own base on purpose, because of the impulsive decision by [Trump] didn't leave time to evacuate the right way," GOP congressman Adam Kinzinger tweeted.
"As the daily drip, drip of testimony proves, there's still a lot of light that needs to come out," John Avlon said.
"There are multiple levels of misconduct here and look, there were 12 people on that call that the president made to the Ukraine president," Representative Stephen Lynch said.
At a town hall event in Louisiana on Monday, members of a progressive Jewish activist group on confronted Rep. Steve Scalise over what the group says is "anti-Semitic" and "anti-immigrant" rhetoric promoted by Republicans.
Following Trump's order to withdraw U.S. forces, the Kurds have allied with the Iranian and Russian-backed government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Here's to you, Professors Banerjee, Duflo and Kremer. Congratulations! Now tell me whether we should increase or decrease aid to developing nations. Using very short words, please.
The researchers concluded that Republicans will have a major advantage over Democrats in 2020 and beyond unless a policy change completely dissolves the Electoral College.
"I will be in Louisiana tonight (Love it!) to get Republicans to vote for either of our two great Republican Candidates," Trump tweeted early Friday.
Only 40 percent of Republicans support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, but 65 percent don't think an employee should be fired for being gay.
The president is facing impeachment by the House over the Ukraine-Biden affair and some GOP senators are speaking out.
Rob Smith, a black conservative, has been disowned by acquaintances because of his "Blexit" association.
The Oath Keepers refer to themselves as "guardians of the republic" but have been described by others as an armed conspiracy group.
"I am absolutely appalled that the United States is going to betray those Democratic forces in northern Syria," Pat Robertson said on "The 700 Club."
One thing U.S. voters can agree on regardless of party: Increased regulations on Wall Street and banking institutions.
A large cast of Fox News figures and Republican lawmakers ridiculed the NBA for apologizing to China after the Houston Rockets general manager tweeted out his support for the Hong Kong protesters.
"You'll have a very Democratic Senate next year," former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld said.
"By abandoning the Kurds we have sent the most dangerous signal possible – America is an unreliable ally," the Republican senator from South Carolina argued.
The former Secretary of State also urged Republicans to remember "the Constitution started with, 'We the People,' not 'Me the President.'"
"We were devoted to the Constitution," Linda Chavez said. "And what I see happening now is people who are absolutely abrogating their duty.
"I gotta tell you, you read these... it seems that Ukrainian officials and some top American officials sure saw a quid pro quo," Chris Wallace pointed out.
"We can investigate the crimes of Donald Trump for the next four or five years and if we do, we will be going into a second term," Richard Painter warned.
"But I wouldn't be surprised if it's even more than that," Representative Brendan Boyle said.
The Speaker sees an impeachment inquiry as a way to drive off as many wavering Trump voters as possible. The early evidence is that it is working.