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Lisa Kennedy said the president would have been better off keeping quiet during the former ambassador's testimony.
The Fox News anchor noted her extensive résumé and long bipartisan service as a U.S. diplomat.
The CNN host also warned against becoming distracted during the impeachment inquiry.
"Watching Fox News in prime time is like watching one of Trump's dreams come true," said CNN's Brian Stelter.
Laurence Tribe also described Trump as “essentially an anti-president.”
"Or he’s somewhere in between there — we don’t know what it is," the MSNBC host said.
The MSNBC host also explained her on-air cursing out of Fox News' Laura Ingraham.
The former W.H. counsel says the impeachment proceedings have already been worse for Trump than they were for Nixon.
"The complicity of the Republicans is depressing, and it’s a serious moment for the country," said the veteran journalist.
"We have a different dynamic after today," said the Watergate reporter after the first public impeachment hearing against Trump.
Kellyanne Conway's husband calls out Republican lawmakers for "ridiculous arguments" in defense of Trump.
Andrew Napolitano says Trump's activity is "clearly impeachable."
The U.S. is in “the middle of a cold civil war," said the famed Watergate reporter.
The Fox News host hit key Trump buzzwords -- "rigged," "witch hunt," "corrupt," "phony" -- and more.
"Bless her heart," the CNN anchor said after the former UN ambassador described President Donald Trump as "truthful."
Republicans for the Rule of Law is warning members of Congress: "History is watching."
The Fox News host's latest controversial comments have been called “flat-out white nationalism."
“Don’t follow the red herrings. Don’t chase the shiny object. Don’t fall for the okey-doke. Don’t be distracted."
Employees of 24 publications, including Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Men's Health, will join Writers Guild of America, East.
Abigail Disney says it's time to let the younger generation take over.