Starr, Dershowitz and Pam Bondi will defend Trump at the impeachment trial. Former Whitewater prosecutor Robert Ray is expected to join the team.
Asked which candidate they support for president in 2020, 36% of millionaires named Trump, up from 32% in May, according to the Q4 CNBC Millionaire Survey.
"If Mike had come out earlier this year, I'm sure a lot of people on Wall Street would have been very supportive," says the venture capitalist.
Trump blasted Hillary Clinton, Robert Mueller and Rep. Adam Schiff, a leader of the impeachment probe of the president, after a jury convicted longtime Trump ally Roger Stone of seven crimes.
Lasry is the latest major Wall Street investor to warn about the damage the stock market could sustain in the event of a Sen. Elizabeth Warren victory.
Jeffrey Epstein died in a federal jail in August while facing child sex trafficking charges. Ghislaine Maxwell was his friend and alleged procurer.
"In my view, it's time for me to stay silent on impeachment until the process is complete," the Utah Republican senator says.
John Bolton reportedly was so disturbed by efforts to get Ukraine to investigate President Trump's political opponents that he called it a "drug deal."
Fink, who runs the world's largest money manager, says central banks around the world are providing support to markets and financial conditions are better than they seem.
Bannon also reiterates his belief the Hillary Clinton or Mike Bloomberg will enter the 2020 race.
Mike Bloomberg is slated to meet with influential business executives Thursday to encourage them to back Democratic causes on a national and state level.
The Supreme Court said on Friday that it will hear three cases over President Donald Trump's financial records next year.
The Conservative Party will form the next U.K. government with the largest majority since Tony Blair's Labour party retained power in 2001.
Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson promised unity on Friday, shortly after securing a five-year term in office.
An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.