The White House hasn't signed onto the measure, and press secretary Jen Psaki noted that the payments "are not free."
It is imperative that space be deemed a strategic component of critical national infrastructure.
The only other woman in elected GOP leadership defended Cheney in a recent interview.
The Colorado representative also called the social media platform a monopoly.
"Yes, the attacks on @RepLizCheney have sexism behind them, but trying to replace her with a Trump approved woman is every bit as sexist, stupid, and offensive," Comstock tweeted on Tuesday.
The ad pokes fun at Republicans who want to remove Cheney from her GOP leadership position in the House.
"It would be nice, however, if the pundits and Fake News Media would state the real reason for this unprecedented (Democrats have never been shut out before) victory!" Trump said.
Cheney tweeted, "Anyone who claims it was is spreading THE BIG LIE, turning their back on the rule of law, and poisoning our democratic system."
At least 70 Democrats in the House and the Senate support recurring payments, and a Change.org petition has garnered more than 2 million signatures.
The $1.2 trillion gained by America's wealthiest would be enough for two more payments of $1,400 to every single American with change left to spare.
The Republican Texas senator said the president's speech to Congress seemed purely aimed at Democrats, which was one reason he "nodded off."
The London-based Tax Justice Network last year named the United States as the second-biggest enabler of financial secrecy worldwide, after the Cayman Islands and ahead of Switzerland.
"He is the person that Republicans want to put out front because of the problem of racism in this country and he knows that," she said of the South Carolina senator.
"What we're watching is a coup," the former Republican lawmaker baselessly claimed.
"We progressives refer to you as a victim of Stockholm Syndrome," Olbermann tweeted in response to the senator's rebuttal of President Joe Biden's address to Congress.
For the first time, there were women on both seats on the dais behind a president delivering an address to Congress.
Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert claimed President Joe Biden's speech "was big government from start to finish."
Ted Cruz later accused President Joe Biden of having "the most radical 100 days" of any U.S. leader, and making Barack Obama "look mild and moderate."
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy praised South Carolina Senator Tim Scott's response to President Joe Biden's first address to the joint session of Congress.
Social media companies could face fines of $250,000 a day thanks to legislation advanced by Florida state Republicans on Wednesday to punish platforms that suspend politicians' accounts.
President Joe Biden is expected to outline a massive $1.8 trillion proposal that would expand access to early childhood education, provide tuition-free community college and give incentives to teachers, among its many provisions, when he gives his first address a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.
The president is likely to discuss the coronavirus pandemic, his infrastructure plan and equity in America.
John Cornyn of Texas said he might watch the speech on TV because "it sounds like Speaker Pelosi doesn't want us to attend."
Texas gained two votes in the House, while Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon will add one seat each.
The president's Wednesday address is an invitation-only event due to COVID-19 safety protocols. The restrictions on guests has the security benefit of limiting the number of people in the Capitol building for the first major indoor event of Biden's presidency.
The Illinois Republican said that Greene is "abusing" the fears and emotions of GOP voters to "steal their money."
The Democratic California congressman, an Air Force Reserve Command colonel who was born in Taiwan, is using a meme of the Fox News host to his advantage.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is expected to put forward a bill to legalize marijuana nationally "within weeks," while a recent poll shows that 91 percent of Americans support legalizing the drug in some form.