Brad Blakeman also said he did not think Trump would even be officially impeached until Nancy Pelosi sends the impeachment charges to the Senate.
Glenn Kirschner wrote that Americans should be wary of the "drug deal" the senators may be "cooking up."
"We know from the mountain of evidence from the House that the president abused the powers of his office, right?"
A former Hawaii governor called on Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) to resign from office Monday, after the congresswoman voted "present" on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
"President Trump, release the emails. Let the witnesses testify. What are you afraid of?" Schumer said on Sunday.
Lindsey Graham on Sunday accused Pelosi of playing "with a dead cat" and condemned the Democrat-led House for aggressively pursuing impeachment.
177 evangelical leaders, including Jerry Falwell Jr., Robert Jeffress and Cissie Graham Lynch, sent a letter to Christianity Today on Sunday rebuking its scathing op-ed against Trump.
"Whether it's Mulvaney, Bolton, Giuliani, Pompeo—if they have to testify under oath, he has to leave," former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said on MSNBC.
Eagle-eyed Twitter users reported that the Wikipedia page for the film was briefly amended after Donald Trump was impeached this week.
President Donald Trump's campaign claimed to have collected $10 million in the two days since he was impeached by the House Wednesday, while the campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders reported $1 million raised on debate day Thursday.
According to a Morning Consult & Politico poll, 51 percent of voters approve of the Senate removing President Trump from office.
In the wake of Jeff Van Drew's withdrawal from the Democratic Party and entry to the Republican Party, Justin Amash has remarked harshly upon Van Drew's declaration that Trump has his "undying support."
CNN correspondent Ana Navarro called President Trump "pathetic" for attacking late Rep. John Dingell because Dingell's wife, Debbie Dingell, voted for his impeachment.
Dueling speeches from the senate majority and minority leaders took place on the floor of the senate today as McConnell and Schumer tangle over whether or not witnesses will be called during the senate's impeachment hearing for the president.
"In every trial that there has ever been in the Senate regarding impeachment, witnesses were called," Lindsey Graham said during Clinton's impeachment process.
In his op-ed, George Conway warned Republicans that their legacies will be stained if they do not allow a full impeachment trial for President Donald Trump.
While appearing on 'The Ingraham Angle' on Fox News, former Whitewater independent counsel Robert Ray said that President Trump's impeachment case "doesn't deserve" a trial in the senate.
Even though White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham informed the press that the President will be "working all day," he tweeted at least 47 times during the hearings.
"My vote today is a vote for much needed reconciliation and hope that together we can heal our country," Gabbard said.
As the House prepares to take its final vote, two GOP congressmen have compared the suffering of President Trump to other, famous tragedies faced by others.
Representative Barry Loudermilk said that Democrats were more unfair to Trump than Pilate was to Jesus Christ.
Wolf Blitzer shared a video of Clinton apologizing for his actions in 1998, just days before he was impeached by the House of Representatives.
The day before an impeachment vote in the House of Representatives, Trump made the bizarre comparison in a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"If you're going to have something you're going to call a trial, then it has to be open and fair," Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen said.
As members of the House prepare for their final vote on the impeachment of President Trump, the president has claimed that Democrats are putting pressure on their colleagues to vote yes, while Speaker Nancy Pelosi urges her colleagues to "join me on the Floor" Wednesday for the vote.
Jeffrey Toobin, a CNN anchor, said that he felt that his own network's polls—which show a decline in the number of Democrats who favor impeachment—are wrong.
Twenty-five of the 31 moderate Democrats from Trump districts have indicated they will back articles of impeachment.
John Avalon, an anchor with CNN, called President Donald Trump's letter to Nancy Pelosi an "unhinged rant" during a breaking news segment about its release.
Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson has said that he's going to vote against impeachment, but unlike Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey, he won't be switching parties to do so.
As an impeachment vote looms, President Trump has gotten positive news from two polls.