Watergate journalist Elizabeth Drew says she does not believe the Republican-dominated Senate would save Trump should the House vote to impeach him.
A Watergate prosecutor suggested that Trump could possibly be in more trouble than Nixon.
"Trump's is making the long nightmare of Nixon's Watergate seem like a brief idyllic daydream," tweeted John Dean.
"The cover-up is always worse than the crime, and this one is very shady," the Watergate lawyer said.
"Comical to watch @CNN covering for leftist hack @carlbernstein," Trump Jr. tweeted.
American people are being force-fed information leading to the conclusion Trump's victory was inexorably tied to Russian malfeasance.
Jill Wine-Banks said history will remember the president's support for Putin.
The president has previously said people have told him to fire Robert Mueller.
A 2007 biography of Billy Graham explores his love for people and leadership.
"Jared Kushner has many, many strikes lining up against him in the Mueller investigation," Carl Bernstein said.
John Dean said he did not believe Trump would commit the same abuses of power as Nixon because he hadn't figured out how to.
A former Watergate prosecutor claimed the president's recent attacks on the FBI could be threats against potential witnesses.
Stephen King, Trump's envoy to the Czech Republic, reportedly roughed up the wife of Nixon's campaign director to silence her about Watergate crimes.
Fox News hosts have launched attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into alleged collusion between Trump's team and Russia.
In both the Russia probe and Watergate, key figures pleaded guilty to avoid huge prison sentences.
"I think the uranium sale to Russia and the way it was done so underhanded with tremendous amounts of money being passed, I think that's Watergate modern age," Trump said.