"He must be removed from office immediately," the Republicans said.
Just five Republican members of the House have publicly supported impeaching President Donald Trump so far.
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.
"President Trump's attempts to undermine the outcome of the 2020 election have been unconscionable," Representative Brian Fitzpatrick said in a Tuesday statement.
"The 25th Amendment is of zero risk to me but will come back to haunt Joe Biden," Trump said in Texas near the Mexico border wall on Tuesday.
Lawmakers are pushing for Donald Trump's removal from office in the aftermath of last week's violent attack on the U.S. Capitol.
"How many more will die in the service of this mediocrity? And watch, he'll burn the WH down before he goes," Midler tweeted Tuesday.
Speculation has mounted about the cabinet invoking the 25th Amendment to strip the president of his powers.
The former FBI director said Tuesday it would "be better for this country if we move past a fallen and corrupt president."
Passing the measure by unanimous consent failed on Monday, meaning Democrats will have to bring it to the floor for a vote.
"I like the 25th Amendment because it gets rid of him," Pelosi said of Trump. "This president is guilty of inciting insur—insurrection. He has to pay a price for that."
The former national security adviser said he did not believe Trump posed a threat in his final days in office.
After rioters descended on the U.S. Capitol building after a speech by President Donald Trump on Wednesday, many have called for Trump's ouster from office.
The "Chromatica" singer has urged that invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office does not prevent him from running for a future term.
The World Mental Health Coalition has called for the 25th amendment to be invoked to remove the president from office.
"The House, if they come together and have a process, I will definitely consider whatever articles they might move, because as I told you I believe the president has disregarded his oath of office," the senator said.
Republican critics of the president have urged him to step down, but now even some Trump loyalists are suggesting they might be persuaded to support his early departure.
"Yesterday was not a protest—it was a riot to uphold white supremacy. It was allowed to happen," said the ice cream brand.
Calls for the president's removal have grown steadily since Electoral College votes were affirmed on January 6.
"I think it's extraordinarily unlikely [Trump] resigns," President Donald Trump's niece, Mary Trump, told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Thursday.
"Impressionable children are watching all this," Betsy DeVos wrote, "and they are learning from us."
The incoming Biden-Harris administration said Thursday that they would leave the potential removal of President Donald Trump "to Vice President Pence, the Cabinet and the Congress to act as they see fit."
The president is "the leader of the violence and chaos at the Capitol.... Enough is enough," the petition says.
Congressional lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are calling for President Trump's immediate removal from office.
GOP Congressman Adam Kinzinger described the Trump supporters' assault as "a coup attempt" on Wednesday.
A number of lawmakers have publicly called on the vice president to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove Trump from office.
The Illinois lawmaker described the siege of the Capitol complex by a pro-Trump mob as "a wakeup call" to install a new "sane captain of the ship." A second Republican later followed suit to support immediately ousting the president.
"The legacy of the president was ruined yesterday," the former Trump administration official said.
"Mr. Trump is a menace," the editorial board of The Washington Post said Wednesday, "and as long as he remains in the White House, the country will be in danger."
"The 25th Amendment allows for the removal of a President," tweeted Florida Democrat Representative Charlie Crist on Wednesday. "It's time to remove the President."