"I don't think there's any impeachment unless it's bipartisan," said Pelosi, who many expect will regain the House speaker's position.
The campaign circulated a second petition against Kavanaugh's confirmation that has received more than 297,000 signatures.
"This election, you aren't just voting for a candidate. You're voting for which party controls Congress. A very important thing. Very important thing," Trump said.
Among poll participants, 49 percent thought Congress should begin impeachment proceedings against Trump, while 36 percent approved of his job performance.
Poll conducted by Washington Post and ABC see's Trump disapproval hits new high.
Vice President Mike Pence said he believed Democrats' threats of impeachment.
A prominent white-collar criminal defense lawyer, Lowell is no stranger to political scandals and representing high-profile clients.
Donald Trump says that "everybody would be poor" if he were to be impeached.
The odds of Trump leaving the White House before the end in 2018 have also been cut in half.
Trump holds rally as normal after two ex-advisers face prison sentences, with Cohen implicating the president in criminal conspiracy.
Donald Trump's former personal attorney directly implicated the president in a federal crime.
"Whether Republicans would act on that, I don't think they would."
"We expect many of these races will be decided by a few thousand, if not hundreds, of votes," said Need to Impeach founder Tom Steyer.
Tom Steyer plans to spend at least $110 million in 2018 to support Democrats in the midterm elections.
"[Dershowitz] is a brilliant lawyer, who although a Liberal Democrat who probably didn't vote for me, has discussed the Witch Hunt with great clarity," Trump tweeted.
"My question is, why hasn't Congress started impeachment proceedings given what we know, and they probably know more," a Denver resident said in an ad.
Both Giuliani and Avenatti have been frequent guests on cable news shows, turning the legal battle swirling around Cohen and Trump into a veritable war of words.
"Anytime in American history that there has been an attempt to upset the status quo, there have been people within the status quo—within the establishment—saying, 'It may be true, it may be something we should deal with, it may be important, but not now.'"
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough referred to President Donald Trump's actions over the weekend as "Nixonian."
The pro-Trump sign in Maryland has been the subject of numerous complaints from concerned residents.
The Trump impeachment guide contains "steps we must take to remove one of the gravest dangers our country has ever confronted."