"I respectfully urge the Senate to be guided by the rules of evidence," former Republican Senator John Warner said.
"There is no longer a rule of law in the United States Senate," former federal prosecutor Joyce Vance said.
During Thursday's Senate impeachment trial proceedings, President Donald Trump retweeted a number of his followers, including a regular contributor to Alex Jones' InfoWars.
A video released by the attorney of Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas Thursday shows Igor Fruman being greeted warmly by RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel, before the indicted men mingle with President Donald Trump at a 2018 Mar-a-Lago event.
Neal Katyal, who served as the Acting Solicitor General, said that Dershowitz's defense of President Trump could set a dangerous precedence for future presidents.
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld said Wednesday that President Donald Trump is so "effective" that he could "probably cure the coronavirus and make China pay for it."
The National Security Council claims Bolton's manuscript contains both classified and Top Secret information. Bolton's lawyer doesn't think so.
The Trump defense attorney argued that, even if the president withheld aid from Ukraine to push for political probes, it's not impeachable because it's in the quest for reelection and is, therefore, in the public interest.
Conservative preacher Rodney Howard-Browne insisted Jesus would have physically attacked former National Security Adviser John Bolton for his supposed betrayal of President Donald Trump.
Conservative group Republicans for the Rule of Law are expected to run advertisements on major news outlets in the D.C. area beginning Thursday calling for witnesses to be allowed in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
The president tweeted that if he had listened to his former national security adviser, "we would likely be in World War Six."
Democrats and Republicans will submit—unsurprisingly—diametrically opposing questions to Chief Justice John Roberts, with most senators likely already decided what their final vote on removing the president from office will be.
The move by liberal activist group Need to Impeach will seek to exert pressure on GOP senators, specifically those who are considered wildcards when it comes to supporting trial witnesses, such as former National Security Adviser John Bolton.
"I've known him for two decades," Hannity said.
"I can't imagine that the President of the United States said that to him," Giuliani said.
Judge Andrew Napolitano denounced the GOP's newly formed criticism of former National Security Advisor John Bolton during a Tuesday appearance on Fox Business channel, while suggesting that Bolton was likely to be called to testify in the Senate trial of President Donald Trump.
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum said "Republicans don't care" if Trump is guilty of the charges leveled in the articles of impeachment. Meanwhile, Ohio Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown said the GOP was "afraid" of the president. "Fear does the business," Brown said.
McConnell told colleagues in a closed-door meeting on Tuesday that he can't yet block witnesses.
"Hard to get 75% of Americans to agree that the sky is blue. This is an overwhelming bi-partisan majority for witnesses," MSNBC political analyst Richard Stengel tweeted.
CNN's legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said Trump lawyer Pam Bondi did well by pointing out "how sleazy the hiring of Hunter Biden was" in Monday's impeachment trial proceedings. "There is no way to dress that up," Toobin said.
Meadows' comments come as Republicans and Democrats continue to battle over whether witness testimonies should be allowed in Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
Senator Lindsey Graham said on Twitter Monday that evidence against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter had not been disproven. "They most definitely should not be swept under the rug," Graham tweeted.
The two argued about facts connected to the Clinton impeachment trial while discussing the possibility of John Bolton being called as a Senate witness for the Trump impeachment trial.
No one should doubt Bolton's attention to detail—and his appetite for bureaucratic score-keeping.
Bolton reportedly said Trump told him he wanted to continue withholding military aid to Ukraine until its officials agreed to help probe his Democratic rivals.
"Commander in chief impeached. Ya'll get out. Let's bring Cardi B," Alicia Keys sang.
The trial is far from over. Trump's legal defense team will layout a brief preview of their case Saturday and pick back up on Monday. Later next week, senators will have a question-and-answer period and a fierce debate over whether to subpoena witnesses is expected.
Over the course of their opening arguments the past three days, the Democratic impeachment managers have sought to dispel the notion of any wrongdoing by the Bidens with regard to Ukraine.
The California Democrat urged Republican colleagues in the Senate to have the "moral courage" to go against their party and remove Donald Trump from office.
In an effort to make their impeachment case against President Donald Trump, House Democrats, specifically Jerry Nadler of New York used a 1999 video of then-Representative Lindsey Graham, which goes against his recent arguments defending Trump.