It's been six months since President Trump's acquittal in the U.S. Senate.
"Much has changed for me and so much more has changed for our country. I rest well knowing I did my duty," Vindman tweeted on Saturday.
"There's no one to root for in a Trump vs. Bolton fight. They're both megalomaniac sociopaths looking out for themselves," Meyers joked.
Bolton's book release has been moved from May to June.
"The Republicans stuck together, except Romney of course -- low life," he said. "Low life! Except Romney, they stuck together, and even him I got half a vote. I was thinking, because he did actually vote one part.," Trump said during his speech at CPAC.
President Donald Trump said he may end the practice of having others listen to his telephone calls with foreign leaders after what he referred to as the "very insubordinate" actions of impeachment hearing witness Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman.
55 percent of registered voters say the acquittal does not clear Trump of any wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter, while 40 percent said it did.
"They told me I only had 45 seconds, and that's 45 seconds more than the Senate gave John Bolton this week," Pitt said while giving his speech for winning Best Supporting Actor.
President Donald Trump's impeachment defense attorney admitted that allowing Rudy Giuliani to become involved in foreign policy was an "error in judgment."
"There is no question in the mind of any American why this man's job is over, why this country now has one less soldier serving it at the White House. LTC Vindman was asked to leave for telling the truth."
America, where have all your leaders gone? Where are the people who don't just stand up for themselves, but stand up for the people who aren't even supporting them?
The acquittal of President Donald Trump prompted #AmericansFindTrumpGuilty and #ImpeachedPresident to trend on Twitter Wednesday afternoon.
President Trump shared a bizarre video suggesting he will be president indefinitely on Twitter shortly after he was acquitted in his Senate impeachment trial.
Today's vote will drive further concerns about the Senate's disproportionality and ability to adequately represent a fast-changing America.
News that Romney would split his votes to convict Trump for one of the articles of impeachment quickly riled the world of conservative politics. But the Republican senators' colleagues had his back.
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, niece of Utah Senator Mitt Romney who voted to convict President Donald Trump during Wednesday's impeachment trial, tweeted that "President Trump did nothing wrong and the Republican Party is more united behind him than ever."
"I believe the act that he took, an effort to corrupt an election, is as destructive on the oath of office as I can imagine."
The poll results from Gallup also show the president's approval rating broke records in terms of polarization.
Rep. Adam Schiff used his closing argument at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump to ask GOP senators to join the "Davids who took on Goliath" by voting to convict.
"Obviously, you can't convict somebody if they control the flow of the evidence," Maine Independent Senator Angus King told MSNBC on Monday as he called the expected acquittal of President Donald Trump a "step towards authoritarianism."
"Joe Biden should be very careful what he's asking for," Senator Joni Ernst said.
"[Senators] have control over the proceedings," Schiff said. "And they could have insisted on witnesses and documents and for whatever reason, chose not to."
Jeffrey Toobin, CNN's chief legal analyst, said the fact that Republican senators chose not to hear from Trump's former national security advisor John Bolton was "an absolute travesty."
Fox News analyst Ed Rollins described Maine Senator Susan Collins as a "dead woman walking" after she voted to hear from witnesses in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial Friday. Collins "probably signed her death warrant today," Rollins said.
American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp publicly disinvited Utah Senator Mitt Romney from attending the 2020 Conservative Political Action Conference after Romney voted to hear new witness testimony in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
"If you don't have witnesses, you do not have a fair trial. The truth will come out," Sen. Amy Klobuchar tweeted.
Joseph Bondy, attorney for Lev Parnas, sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Friday, asking that his client be allowed to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
The revelation brings President Trump one step closer to becoming the third president in U.S. history to be acquitted of articles of impeachment. But that vote may not come until next week.
John Dean, a member of former President Richard Nixon's White House Counsel said on Wednesday that President Donald Trump's lawyer Alan Dershowitz "unimpeached Richard Nixon" with his most recent arguments defending Trump.
The outgoing senator's opposition to further evidence means that Democrats will almost certainly lack the votes on Friday to issue subpoenas for testimony from witnesses such as former National Security Adviser John Bolton.