Sen. Kirstin Gillibrand said she believes Gov. Andrew Cuomo-- who is under heavy scrutiny due to an expanding nursing home scandal in New York-- should not resign or be impeached, despite an ongoing investigation by the Justice Department.
Del. Stacey Plaskett said she is filled with "glee" at the prospect of questioning House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy regarding a phone call between him and former President Donald Trump during the Capitol riot in January.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., insisted Thursday that the Senate could handle "juggling" an impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump while also working through the confirmation of several Cabinet members for President Biden.
GOP Sen. Ben Sasse said Friday he is willing to consider articles of impeachment against President Trump if they are introduced by the House of Representatives following a violent mob attack by pro-Trump supporters on the nation's Capitol earlier this week.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-TX., said Monday that "additional witnesses are not necessary"-- even in light of revelations from President Trump's former national security advisor John Bolton in a leaked manuscript of an upcoming book that claims Trump explicitly linked a hold on military aid to Ukraine to an investigation of Joe and Hunter Biden-- and instead insisted that the Senate call Hunter Biden to testify.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden told reporters Monday that he does not think it's necessary for him to testify as a witness in President Trump's impeachment trial because he has "nothing to defend."