Slate does a pretty good job of summing up how Dems felt about Sally Yates’s testimony: On Monday, Sally Yates walked out of an Aaron Sorkin script and into liberals’ hearts. Here are a few outtakes that got people (and presidents) talking (and tweeting). In some ways, the most amazing aspect of the testimony was how many people seemed to be watching it, live, on a weekday. C-Span has become appointment television.

+ Sean Spicer argued that the White House was slow to react to Yates’ warnings on Mike Flynn because she was “appointed by the Obama administration and a strong supporter of [Hillary] Clinton … [and was] widely rumored to play a large role in the Justice Department if Hillary Clinton had won.”