Some presidents never get even one impeachment vote. Trump is likely to get a second one before the 2020 election.
Chuck Todd does not have the journalistic ability to remind Trump that Mueller said, "If we had confidence the President did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
Porter says she supports an impeachment investigation into Trump.
"The question is not whether a crisis is in our midst, but rather whether we choose to fight against it," Porter said.
"I know that we've all become numb to Trump by this point, but moments like that really shock you out of your stupor and make you think, 'Oh hang on, that guy's got to be impeached.'"
Max Boot, a conservative columnist for The Washington Post, argued on Sunday that "reality" is "pushing for impeachment."
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on opening an impeachment inquiry: "if we're talking about what's going to be a victory for Trump and what's not going to be a victory for Trump then we are politicizing and we are tainting this process, which, again, should be removed from politics."
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez weighs in on the potential political implications for Democrats if they begin impeachment hearings.
Capri Cafaro knows all the Republican talking points and she's not afraid to use them, or ignore the rule of law.
"Keep in mind, it took Nixon until the spring of '74 to get to a point where 41% thought he should be impeached," John Avlon said.
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