"It's not a level playing field, in terms of outrage," Donald Trump Jr. told the hosts of 'The View' Thursday.
"The long term damage that Trump could cause is delegitimizing facts and institution and process in the service of his own survival," Tim O'Brien said.
Giuliani's tweet "establishes that Trump was not acting for the country," Conway said.
Senator Lindsey Graham told Politico that every day of the Trump administration has been like Christmas. "You don't know what's under the tree. It can be that shotgun you've been hoping to get, or it can be a sweater you don't want," he said.
In the clip, Bevin tells an NBC reporter, "The fact that you ask why this is being nationalized and why people are talking about President Trump would indicate to me that you really have sort of maybe come out from under a rock, because here in America, that's pretty topical every night."
The actress spoke to CNN's Don Lemon as she continues weekly climate change protests in Washington.
"The chances of Ms. Pelosi becoming president, even in Donald Trump were impeached … are so remote it's not worth discussing," Andrew Napolitano said on Fox & Friends.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said Monday morning that the testimony of Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, the National Security Council's expert on Ukraine, was "just one person's opinion."
Jason Lichtenthal met the former president at a local bookshop on Halloween while wearing a news-relevant costume.
"One can see that the reason Republicans have been attacking the process of impeachment is largely because there is no credible defense to the proof of impeachment," Andrew Napolitano said.
The California Democrat also pointed at the double standards of her departure while Trump remained in office despite being accused of sexual assault.
Rep. Jackie Speier called Rep. Devin Nunes' comments relating the House Committee and the media to religious cults despicable. The congresswoman was shot five times during the 1978 Jonestown Massacre.
The New York Times "have reported stuff like this before that felt like a bombshell, and then turned out not to be true," Melissa Francis said.
The poll from Grinnell College showed that a majority of Republicans, evangelicals and rural voters thought that asking a foreign leader for help in an election was inappropriate.
Former Federal Prosecutor Joyce Vance called the transcript of Trump's Ukraine call a "cover up" that "shows consciousness of guilt." She also tore into Republicans that have defended Trump and wrote, "It's impossible for the GOP to defend Trump past this point."
House Democrats have announced they will vote on the formalization of impeachment of President Donald Trump on Thursday while promising to "ensure transparency and provide a clear path forward."
'Saturday Night Live' started off with a cold open sketch that returned to mocking President Donald Trump, this time by lampooning what might happen if a host of figures showed up at one of the president's rallies.
The president did not directly address the statements made by Bill Taylor after he gave further evidence of the alleged quid-pro-quo.
"I'm proud that over 30 members of Congress, including our whip, Steve Scalise, walked into that room," GOP congressman Alex Mooney said, "and demanded transparency and justice for our president."
George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband, mocked Trump's tweet Wednesday morning, comparing Trump's claims about military aid in Ukraine to HBO's The Sopranos.
As former Vice President Joe Biden condemned President Trump's comparison of the impeachment process to lynching, video surfaces of Biden using the same language to describe the Clinton impeachment process.
In the interview, Greg Craig told the hosts, "I think it is clearly becoming the focus of this Ukraine conversation, the use of the presidential power in ways that are unacceptable and inappropriate and unconstitutional and inconsistent with his oath."
A New Yorker cartoon by Joe Dator reimagines Trump's October 9 missive to the Turkish president as if he were writing to Santa Claus.
Joe Scarborough said: "There's no place to run. There's no place to hide, baby. It's all on video, and Mulvaney yesterday did more to move the president toward impeachment than anybody has over the past, well, three years."
The author responded to the Republican senator's most recent verbal attack on Trump over the president's decision to withdraw U.S. forces from protecting the Kurds in Syria.
The organization also found that Americans' approval of Congress has risen 7 percentage points from last month, climbing 25 percent from 18 percent.
Senate Judiciary Chairman previously made similar remarks during former President Bill Clinton's impeachment hearing.
Biden confirms his family won't be in administration as son announces resignation from Chinese private equity company's board.