On Monday, Kentucky Democrats jokingly declared a "Wrap Battle" against the Senate Majority Leader, who's up for re-election in 2020.
A Tuesday report alleges that President Donald Trump learned of the whistleblower complaint before unfreezing aid to Ukraine and participating in a phone call with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland where he stated that he wanted "no quid pro quo."
George Conway has shared polls that show more Americans want Trump impeached and removed from office than who wanted Richard Nixon removed from office before his 1974 resignation.
In an appearance on Fox News, lawyer Alan Dershowitz also said that the subpoena against Don McGahn will have "no substantive impact."
David Jolly, a former Florida congressman, asserted that the Republican Party has "abandoned the truth and failed the American people."
Rudy Giuliani's consulting firm has been subpoenaed in relation to the ongoing investigation into Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, two associates of the ex-mayor's who have been accused of illegally funneling money into various Republican political campaigns.
Despite the judge's ruling, the case is likely far from over, and the favorable ruling for House Democrats does not mean other current and former officials will ignore the White House's directive and comply with congressional subpoenas.
Joseph Bondy, Parnas' lawyer, expressed his client's intention to comply with the subpoena on Sunday.
"It goes to a phrase we've all become familiar with in recent months, the idea of consciousness of guilt," Niall Stanage said.
"Nunes wasn't just covering up for President Trump, he was literally doing his dirty work," Phil Arballo tells Newsweek.
The former congresswoman said she would continue to speak publicly about issues that are important for her despite prior attempts from the right-wing media to "silence" her.
The figures seem to confirm allegations made by Lev Parnas—a Ukrainian-born American who worked as a "fixer" for Rudy Giuliani.
"I've seen things written like he's gonna throw me under the bus," the president's attorney said during an appearance on 'America's Newsroom' Saturday. "When they say that, I say, 'He isn't, but I have insurance.'"
"I intend to hold The Daily Beast and CNN accountable for their actions," Rep. Devin Nunes said. "They will find themselves in court soon after Thanksgiving."
White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham has claimed that former National Security Advisor John Bolton may not understand "how Twitter works" due to his "advanced age," and is mistaken about his claim that the White House froze him out of his account.
The latest Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that most voters believe Trump committed abuses, but are split over whether those abuses are impeachable crimes.
Fox News senior legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano has claimed that evidence presented by Democrats at the impeachment inquiry is "overwhelming."
"This was not a baby that we're dealing with," Trump told Fox News, referring to Yovanovitch.
Twitter users pointed out that the quote did not belong to Alexis de Tocqueville as Ivanka Trump claimed and said it was President Donald Trump's "decline of public morals" that were responsible.
Emerald Robinson of OANN tweeted remarks about Dr. Fiona Hill and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, implying that neither witness is American.
#NunesNonsense trended on Twitter Thursday, following remarks from foreign affairs specialist Dr. Fiona Hill on the fifth day of the Trump impeachment inquiry hearings.
"The sad tragedy of all of this is the behavior of the President and the defense of that behavior by the Republicans," the House Speaker said during her weekly press conference.
Brian Kilmeade wondered aloud Thursday morning if someone in President Donald Trump's administration would "rein in" Rudy Giulani in the wake of the impeachment hearings.
The 38-second video features footage from Ambassador Gordon Sondland's public testimony, during which he confirmed a quid pro quo agreement.
David Holmes will testify in Thursday's impeachment hearings. He overheard a conversation between Trump and Gordon Sondland where the president sought to confirm investigations into the Bidens.
Former National Security Council official Fiona Hill and State Department official David Holmes will testify before the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday.
Trump has so far used the claim with nine people who had all been arrested, indicted or admitted to committing federal crimes.
Republican analyst Amanda Carpenter said she believes supporters of President Donald Trump could be planning to make acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney the scapegoat for allegations levied at the president during the impeachment inquiry.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland directly implicated Giuliani in the "quid pro quo" arrangement between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
"Was there a 'quid pro quo?'" Sondland said. "With regard to the requested White House call and White House meeting, the answer is yes."