After Senate Republicans blocked the introduction of new evidence at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, Fox News repeatedly criticized Democrats for failing to present new evidence at the trial.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Thursday that impeachment hearing witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman should "go work for Ukraine" to which Representative Devin Nunes said, "Maybe he will at some point."
"How patriotic is it to badmouth and ridicule our great nation in front of Russia, America's greatest enemy?" Blackburn said of Vindman.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is thanking God that U.S. election interference suspicion has been deflected away from Russia and onto Ukraine due to the actions of President Donald Trump at the Senate impeachment trial on Thursday.
"And then on July 25th, after years of not caring what the vice president did, does President Trump ask for an investigation into his formidable political rival in the 2020 election."
Republican group Defending Democracy Together announced a new website and video Thursday advocating the removal of President Donald Trump as president and the installation of Vice President Mike Pence into office.
The vice president made the remarks at the 2020 World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem.
Over the next two days, Democrats will use their remaining time to demonstrate that Trump had inappropriate dealings with Ukraine
President Donald Trump is no stranger to appearing on the big screen—and his impeachment trial playing out in the Senate is no exception.
Lofgren is one of the seven House members chosen by Speaker Nancy Pelosi to serve as managers in Trump's trial.
Former solicitor general under Reagan and Harvard Law Professor Charles Fried blasts President Trump and William Barr, saying of Barr, "You lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas. His reputation is gone."
Legal expert Alan Dershowitz retracted remarks from 1998 saying that impeachment does not require a crime, insisting that his current defense of President Donald Trump is "correct today."
"It's an act of patriotism to defend the constitutional rights of the president, because if they can do it to the president, they could do it to any of you."
The move to modify a resolution to outline the rules for President Trump's Senate impeachment trial underscored the power that a small group of Republican lawmakers wield over leadership.
A new poll shows that 71 percent of Republicans believe that witnesses should testify during Trump's impeachment trial.
This was the first national telephone poll conducted since House Democrats formally delivered the articles of impeachment to the Senate, according to CNN.
Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, who is on President Donald Trump's defense team, claimed the whistleblower whose complaint sparked the impeachment inquiry is not a "real" whistleblower.
Reince Priebus accused MSNBC host Rachel Maddow of being involved in a conspiracy, after she interviewed Lev Parnas on Thursday.
The Louisiana State University football team attended the White House in celebration of their national title.
Joe Scarborough said that history will reflect poorly on Republican senators in Trump's impeachment trial, if they do not provide a fair one.
"He's as critical a witness as anybody," former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman told Newsweek.
Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo tweeted with a picture: "These are the pens Nancy Pelosi used to sign the articles & she gave them out to colleagues."
The topic came after an interview on Fox News in which Nunes admitted that he remembered the call, but just had not recognized the name "Parnas."
"But when he acted the way he did—in relationship to withholding funds from Ukraine, in return for a benefit to him that was personal and political—he crossed a threshold," Pelosi said on Wednesday.
Most GOP senators believe the deal with Ukraine the president tried to make was "improper" but not impeachable, the Fox News analyst said.
Pelosi's announcement of the managers comes nearly a month after the chamber voted to impeach Trump on two charges: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
For the more than dozen senators who served during former President Bill Clinton's trial and remain in office today, several of them have made contradicting remarks when it comes to the question of whether or not to allow witness testimony.
"Next to Donald Trump himself, this could be the most important witness that the Senate could call to determine what the actual facts are," a former Watergate prosecutor said.
A new poll from Morning Consult/Politico found that 57 percent of registered voters think the Senate should hear from additional witnesses during the president's impeachment trial.