"It's possible he knows of indictments coming but it's also possible he's unhinged because he watched a Fox News story that got him upset," Matthew Miller said.
We're too quick to publicly shame people, Oliver said -- except for Sean Hannity, who deserves it.
I wish the United States had a leader like that.
"I'm only going by the gunman's notes in his manifesto if this is really his, he is inspired by the white supremacist movement, he's inspired by violent rhetoric," she said.
Ken Delanian reports Andrew Weismann is stepping down.
The prominent liberal senator had a lukewarm reaction to the former congressman's announcement.
That sounds awfully obstruction-y.
"It has to do with college education, so Donald Trump was not involved," Stephen Colbert said.
U.S. officials said the federal government’s recent shutdown also halted work on the fix for five weeks.
"Is that too much to ask that you are not on drugs to get free food?" Brian Kilmeade asked.
But former prosecutor Doug Burns called that "an aggressive prediction."
"Maxine Waters said she believed the speaker had always been clear about her opposition to impeachment and agreed it would take Republicans, quote, who have the courage to do it," Mika Scarborough said.
“You have it there on videotape, and as his donors were saying this weekend at Mar-A-Lago, it’s on videotape. It’s on videotape, yet he calls it fake," said an incredulous Joe Scarborough.
“Seeing Trump’s autograph on a Bible should be like seeing a picture of your own mom on the cover of a Penthouse magazine,” Oliver said.
"To say he has led an otherwise blameless life is like the old joke of 'Other than that, how was the play, Mrs. Lincoln?' the former prosecutor said.