Voters do not appear put off by the ongoing Stormy Daniels saga.
A pro-Trump super PAC wants motorists to send the president messages for his "thankless" work.
Trump's failure to respond to Russian interference in the 2016 election is "a betrayal of his oath of office," Need to Impeach founder Tom Steyer said.
"In the final analysis I think he is going to get him," Waters said of Mueller and his investigation on Trump.
"They are doing a great job and have shown conclusively that there was no Collusion with Russia," the president tweeted of his legal team Sunday.
The saga continues…
"I liken it to being on a wild horse," Steyer said of America under Trump.
"As every day goes by, we are at greater risk of total annihilation," psychologist John Gartner said.
A company linked to the Trump organization is constructing condos in the Dominican Republic.
One of President Trump's biggest defenders challenged him after a report that he had tried to fire special counsel Robert Mueller.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the house parties to be held in big cities and small towns.
"We must take stand against this president and his bigoted comments," Al Green said.
Billionaire Tom Steyer's petition has garnered more than 4.3 million signatures in favor of ousting Donald Trump from office.
Texas Democrat Al Green has said that he will force another vote on impeaching Trump in the wake of the president's latest controversial remarks.
"If we don't win on Nov. 6, 2018, we're screwed. Just screwed."
Donald Trump reportedly soon could sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.
The evangelist says he feels sorry for Trump because "so many people obviously hate him."
The amendment has become a hot topic under Trump following the publication of Fire and Fury, a Michael Wolff book that said nearly the entire White House staff is worried about Trump's fitness for office and mental stability.
Could Michael Wolff's bombshell revelations sink the Trump presidency?
"That doesn't mean that impeachment is a reasonable thing to pursue," Congressman John Yarmuth said.