As the Trump presidency ends, it is clear that a majority of Republicans have abandoned their party's historic policies and temperament.
Cawthorn told Newsweek the future of the Republican Party is "more conservative" than Crenshaw, but "less bombastic" than Gaetz.
To avoid being called out for bankrolling insurrectionists, corporations are publicly saying they've stopped making political donations. But here's what they're not saying.
"They're at home. They could have a trial on Friday," the Democratic congressman said, referring to the Senate.
Some Republicans have called for leadership change after their House Conference chair backed impeachment.
The Arizona GOP is to vote on censuring the three prominent Republicans from the state, despite disapproval from the Republican National Committee's chairwoman.
Many of those surveyed also backed the president to be the party's 2024 nominee, with him having hinted to another run previously.
"He must be removed from office immediately," the Republicans said.
A number of Republicans in Arizona, Pennsylvania, Florida and Iowa changed their party registrations in the days following last week's storming of the U.S. Capitol.
The impeachment vote is expected to pass Wednesday with bipartisan support.
Tim Gosar said his brother, Representative Paul Gosar, "played a big role" in the storming of the U.S. Capitol. Both Tim and his sister Jennifer called for the removal of their brother from Congress.
Not a single Republican in the House signed on to the impeachment effort against the president in 2019.
Walmart's move to suspend donations to those 147 Republicans follows similar announcements made Monday by other large companies.
Casin magnate Sheldon Adelson, who died at 87 years old, was known for making controversial remarks on Middle East affairs.
Representative Adam Kinzinger said Tuesday that Christian leaders should "lead the flock back into the truth."
The potential of the president being impeached for a second time looms, amid a sustained backlash over the deadly violence at the Capitol on January 6.
The 87-year-old billionaire died from complications related to his treatment for non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
The former FBI director said Tuesday it would "be better for this country if we move past a fallen and corrupt president."
The website of the St. Croix Republican Party called on people to "stand and be counted as a conservative warrior."
Assemblywoman Annie Black says she took part in the peaceful march, but did not enter the Capitol building, and has insisted: 'I'm not going anywhere'.
"Senators Hawley and Cruz directly incited the January 6th insurrection, repeating dangerous and unsubstantiated statements regarding the election and abetting the lawless behavior of President Trump," the petition says.
The unsigned letter was attributed to the Nye County GOP's chairman Chris Zimmerman who, after criticism, defended it as containing nothing seditious
The GOP congressman and military veteran on Sunday described the ominous feeling he had during the siege.
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Marriott International and Commerce Bancshares have said they will not contribute to Republicans who objected to President-elect Joe Biden's win.
"I think if inciting to insurrection isn't [impeachable], then I don't really know what is," the former GOP New Jersey governor said.
Michigan lawmaker said his colleague voted against the results after being "profoundly shaken" by the violent attack on the Capitol.
"This is THE REAL problem facing the Arizona GOP, my mom!" Meghan McCain said, after the Maricopa County Republican Party voted to censure Cindy McCain.
Senator Pat Toomey's remarks came one day after Lisa Murkowski called for Trump's resignation over the Capitol riot that left five people dead.
In an interview with 'Firing Line,' Congressman Mike Gallagher praised the police for their efforts in stopping the crowd and protecting him during Wednesday's riot, despite not being adequately prepared.