"If he'd just let it go, this entire, the last two days of hearings and testimony would've been a snoozefest," Fox Business Network host Lisa Kennedy said of Trump.
Yovanovitch was the third witness to testify about the Ukraine controversy to Congress this week as part of the impeachment probe against Trump.
Yovanovitch told lawmakers that her sudden removal from ambassador to Ukraine was "not the way I wanted my career to end."
Yovanovitch will appear before the House Intelligence Committee at 9 a.m. Eastern time Friday.
Nick Akerman has rejected the GOP's argument that the impeachment accusations against President Trump were "hearsay"—he's jailed people for similar witness testimony.
"I would say, 'I've got lawyers and staff people handling this impeachment inquiry, and they should just have at it. Meanwhile, I'm going to work for the American people.' That's what I would do," the last president to be impeached told CNN.
Republican Rep. Steve King tweeted four photos he claimed depicted the Ukraine whistleblower, philanthropist Alexander Soros.
"Because he was giving away—he was compromising the sovereignty of our elections for personal benefit," Meacham said.
Axios journalist Jonathan Swan claimed on Fox News Wednesday that President Donald Trump and his team "feel great" after the first day of public impeachment hearings against the president.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter admits she "backslid" on a pledge to ignore Wednesday's Trump impeachment proceedings, after posting live reactions to the hearing on Twitter.
New polling data indicates Trump will stay in office throughout his first term although public impeachment hearings have just begun.
Their questions to witnesses, statements made on the dais and answers to reporters signaled that members of both parties were satisfied with their respective performances and believed they have the key to success moving forward.
As President Trump's impeachment hearings continue, Americans remain glued to them, and are currently debating the merits of Representative Jim Jordan's questioning.
Fox anchor Bret Baier amplified a question asked by Rep. John Ratcliffe of William Taylor, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, at the November 13 Trump Impeachment hearing.
"I think, strategically, what she has done from their perspective is actually quite brilliant," the former White House chief strategist said in an interview with CBS News.
"There was no quid, and there was no quo," Washington Times editor Charles Hurt told Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy. "When there's no quid or pro, you can't keep saying 'quid pro quo,' even though I don't even know what that means, really."
"We don't know. Senators are very sensitive to the will of the people and if the people in this country turn on these facts and this president, I think the Senate might as well," Carl Bernstein said in an interview with CNN Tuesday.
Diplomats William Taylor and George Kent will be the first witnesses to publicly testify about the Ukraine matter.
"I'm so excited I won't be able to sleep... like every other night of the Trump presidency," said Colbert.
President Donald Trump appears to have cleared time in his busy schedule to watch the first public impeachment hearing against him, prompting speculation that the president could share live reactions to the event.
Fox News host Juan Williams says that Republicans would treat Former President Barack Obama harshly if he faced the same impeachment inquiry as President Donald Trump, claiming they would "say hang him from the highest tree, this is treason."
Judge Andrew Napolitano, the senior judicial analyst for Fox News, has declared that President Trump's quid pro quo deal with the Ukraine is impeachable on "Your World With Cavuto" this Tuesday.
Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner claimed Tuesday that President Donald Trump is worse off than an accused serial killer or rapist, in terms of the way he's being treated in the impeachment inquiry.
"We're trying to remind everyone in Congress, especially the Republicans that we should approach this matter with gravitas," Chris Truax, RRL's legal adviser, told Newsweek.
Despite disapproving of how Democrats have handled the impeachment inquiry, a majority of Americans support congressional them starting the probe at all.
According to the poll, 67 percent of Americans are angry with the way things are going in the country.
"I don't know whether this is actually the person or not, and I don't want to speculate about that," Fox News host Howie Kurtz said.
Republicans "are going to try and discredit the witnesses. But as Sam Stein said, they are unimpeachable witnesses," Susan Del Percio said
"He's had 85 people leave the White House and those people are going to start turning on him," the former White House communications director said.
"That person's identity is known. It's all over the internet," Trump continued, revisiting a point her brother, Donald Trump Jr., made earlier in the week.