The former president touted the New York Republican for being "incredible and loyal" during the fundraiser at his New Jersey golf course.
The former president praised Stefanik at a fundraiser at his golf club in New Jersey on Wednesday night.
"Some people have no shame," said the president, about GOP lawmakers who voted against the pandemic relief bill but are now "bragging" about it to their constituents
"You have to have respect for Nancy Pelosi, in that she never allows attacks on her own, and she defends them even when they sleep with Chinese spies, when they attack Israel, when they stand with Hamas terrorism," Greene said.
Farah said the GOP's "complete loyalty" to Trump is "fundamentally un-conservative," "strategically unwise" and "also morally reprehensible."
Stefanik said she agreed with the former president's agenda for the country and claimed the U.S. was facing 'multiple crises'
"We're all united.... The Democratic Party is destroying America," the Texas Republican told reporters.
"The House GOP is united and the Make America Great Again movement is Strong," the former president said.
"House Republicans are united in our focus to fight on behalf of the American people to save our country from the radical Socialist Democrat agenda of President Biden and Nancy Pelosi," Stefanik said after Friday's vote.
All the talk about a 'multiracial working-class party' or a 'realignment' is probably going to amount to nothing if it's led by the same people in Congress as before.
"Can't imagine Republican House Members would go with Chip Roy—he has not done a great job, and will probably be successfully primaried in his own district," former President Donald Trump said on Thursday.
Stefanik's election to become the No. 3 Republican in the House appears locked in—despite some colleagues' question about whether she's conservative enough for the high-profile leadership post.
Republican members of the House have voted to remove Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney as chair of their conference.
"Under Biden, the world is getting more violent and more unstable because Biden's weakness and lack of support for Israel is leading to new attacks on our allies," Trump claimed in a statement on Tuesday.
"Expelling Liz Cheney from leadership won't gain the GOP one additional voter, but it will cost us quite a few," Romney cautioned pro-Trump Republicans on Monday.
"What is it about Liz Cheney that isn't focusing on this [GOP] mission? She opposes Joe Biden's agenda very strongly," Chris Wallace pointed out.
If Liz Cheney is allowed to be ejected from her leadership role for this stand, she might not go alone. In purging Cheney, Republicans just may be purging their would-be voters too.
"We don't want history to repeat itself," the Democratic senator said.
McIntosh said the New York congresswoman has been "a pretty far-left Republican" throughout her career.
The Republican lawmaker also said the suspension of her press aide's account was an act of "unconstitutional overreach."
"Did Kevin McCarthy and Steve Scalise talk to Officer Michael Fanone from DC metro about his experience on Jan 6th yet? It sure seems like they talked to Trump about it," the Illinois congressman tweeted.
Cheney continues to be critical of former President Donald Trump's false claim of election fraud and his role in the attack on the Capitol on January 6, despite pressure from party leaders and Trump allies in Congress.
"Elise Stefanik is a far superior choice, and she has my COMPLETE and TOTAL Endorsement for GOP Conference Chair. Elise is a tough and smart communicator!" Trump said.
"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 Republican New York representative has said she thinks Andrew Cuomo should resign amid scandals he is at the center of.
A former aide has accused the New York governor of repeated sexual harassment.
The new class of Republican women in Congress is the largest and most conservative in history, 'more strident than we've ever seen before," one former GOP governor says. The key question: Will the hardliners among them make it tougher to get anything done?
Stefanik was one of 147 Republicans in Congress to vote against the election certification for Joe Biden after a violent mob attacked the U.S. Capitol last week.
A New York Republican congresswoman blamed the "radical Far-Left" last weekend after an anonymous person allegedly placed a nasty note on her car, but a local newspaper editorial board said she should do some "self-reflection" the next time she defends President Donald Trump's behavior.
Stefanik said she found the note after she had been grocery shopping.