Laurence Tribe scoffed at the ex-president's arguments for keeping documents relating to the insurrection secret.
When asked about his father's legal troubles, the younger Giuliani offered deflections and conspiracies.
It's likely too late to stop this upcoming surge, warned Michael Osterholm.
"We have to have a backup plan in addition to vaccinating everybody as fast as we can," Dr. Larry Brilliant told CNN's Erin Burnett.
She said she was "sick of seeing the face of the man who massacred eight people," and blasted the idea that the shootings were not racially motivated.
Texas and Mississippi dropped restrictions this week, a move Fauci called "ill-advised."
GOP Gov. Greg Abbott is “gambling with the health of his state and beyond,” the newspaper's editorial board warned.
This year's Conservative Political Action Conference attendees “are living in an alternate reality in which facts don’t matter," said former GOP Rep. Mickey Edwards.
“There is no conspiracy theory he won’t peddle to defend Trump," CNN's Erin Burnett said of the Wisconsin Republican.
“If you stay in the Republican Party, you have to pay homage to Trump and I don’t do that. I don’t pray to any man," said Houston immigration lawyer Jacob Monty.
“For a party that rails against cancel culture, they sure are canceling a lot of people," noted the CNN anchor.
The CNN anchor laid bare the senator's hypocrisy after he said Biden would be weak if he didn't oppose Trump's impeachment.
"I think it is obvious that the president is no longer qualified to hold that office," said Michigan Republican Peter Meijer.
“They can’t have it both ways," Laurence Tribe said.
The president has told the same untruth about the coronavirus "for months and months and months," noted the CNN anchor.
"The president is making it easier for the virus to spread in those states," CNN medical analyst Jonathan Reiner said.
"If there was a plan, we would have seen it by now," the CNN anchor told Tim Murtaugh of the president's still-unfulfilled promise of an Obamacare replacement.
CNN’s chief legal analyst also predicted another big problem the former White House chief strategist now may face.
“That’s just inappropriate," Dr. William Schaffner said of scenes from an event attended by the president in Texas.
"The president is holding a rally in a hot zone. That’s how you propagate the pandemic."