The lawmaker has been accused of stoking the insurrection at the Capitol last week and his donors have been fleeing.
The power of these companies to control public discourse is a clear and present danger to everyone who values free speech.
Data from analytics firm Social Blade suggests that since the violent attack Trump's YouTube account consistently gained between 10,000 and 30,000 new followers a day.
Canada's public safety minister said decisions on "ideologically-motivated violent extremists" are being discussed following Capitol attack.
Montgomery, 52, was executed by lethal injection at the federal penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana, in the early hours of January 13.
The Democrat from New Jersey said in a Facebook live that congressional colleagues "abetted" the president's attempt to overturn the results of the election.
Just five Republican members of the House have publicly supported impeaching President Donald Trump so far.
A photo believed to be of the Florida resident pointing to a sign for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi appeared on social media last week.
David Goldbergerer told Newsweek that a permanent social media ban on Trump would be "ridiculous," but the platforms' decisions to do so does not violate the Constitution.
Donald Trump got given one "strike" by YouTube but he must get three before the platform permanently suspends his channel.
The president's adversaries continue to push his impeachment as part of a sustained backlash against him following the events of January 6.
The journalist and former Trump loyalist tweeted that losing the election "revealed a dysfunction I had refused to see."
Lisa Montgomery, 52, died after receiving the lethal injection at the federal penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana shortly after the Supreme Court ruled the execution could go forward.
Not a single Republican in the House signed on to the impeachment effort against the president in 2019.
"You can't stop me," Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas reportedly said as he walked around a newly installed metal detector placed outside the House chamber on Tuesday.
"All presidents make mistakes, but the bottom line is to do a snap impeachment has real consequences," California Representative Devin Nunes said Tuesday.
A vote by the House asking Vice President Mike Pence to use the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office passed on Tuesday, although Pence has declined to invoke the Amendment.
The company said that it was banning the President for a minimum of seven days "in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence."
"I don't know how else to explain that," lawyer Dan Eckhart said when asked about a photo apparently showing his client Adam Johnson posing with the lectern of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) during last week's Capitol riot.
"President Trump's attempts to undermine the outcome of the 2020 election have been unconscionable," Representative Brian Fitzpatrick said in a Tuesday statement.
"My priority is to get, first and foremost, a stimulus bill passed and secondly, again to rebuild the economy," President-elect Joe Biden said on Monday.
Biden said Cruz has participated in "the big lie," a reference to the Nazi Minister of Propaganda who once said, "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it."
A new survey indicates that 40 percent of Americans believe Antifa was either "significantly" or "somewhat" responsible for last week's deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, despite no credible evidence of the group's involvement.
Ohio Representative Jim Jordan said Tuesday that President-elect Joe Biden won the election because of "how the process works."
"There is no doubt in my mind that the President of the United States broke his oath of office and incited this insurrection. He used his position in the executive to attack the legislative," Illinois Representative Adam Kinzinger wrote.
The Republican congressman responded to backlash from colleagues and civilians in a statement issued Tuesday.
"These Trump supporters are gonna go to your house," the heckler said during Senator Chuck Schumer's press conference. "They're gonna go to [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi's house."
Walmart's move to suspend donations to those 147 Republicans follows similar announcements made Monday by other large companies.
"To allow the president of the United States to incite this attack without consequence is a direct threat to the future of our democracy," New York Republican Representative John Katko said in a Tuesday statement.