Representative Lauren Boebert said Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger "have done more to hurt" Republicans than help.
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene filed impeachment papers against Joe Biden within one week of the president taking office.
Castor struck a deal with Cosby's attorney to not bring criminal charges in 2005. Pennsylvania's highest court says the deal was legally binding on current district attorneys and overturned Cosby's conviction.
Gonzalez and Cheney were among the 10 House Republicans who voted in favor of impeaching Trump following the deadly January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
"Oh, no you don't. What was impeachable was the attempted extortion," Rachel Vindman replied to the Florida senator.
President Ilir Meta was investigated for violating the constitution with his bias against the ruling Socialist Party during the April 25 parliamentary electoral campaign. The report said Meta violated up to 16 articles and instigated violence.
He noted his party "lost the White House, the House and the Senate" and said that "to continue to do the exact same thing and to expect a different result is the definition of insanity."
"Too many 'leaders' are acting like this is ok," the Republican congressman tweeted, sharing a video of Lin Wood claiming Trump is still president.
The California Democrat retweeted an image of his GOP colleague appearing to help barricade the House Chamber as Trump supporters attacked the Capitol on January 6.
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.
The congressman from Illinois compared the current state of the Republican Party to the sinking of the Titanic.
"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 Vermont senator said Cheney is being punished because she acknowledged "the reality that Trump lost the election."
"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.
The newspapers issued corrections on Saturday regarding their initial reporting that Giuliani received an FBI warning about possible Russian influence efforts targeting him.
Some in the crowd accused the staunchly anti-Trump Republican of being a "traitor" and a "communist."
Waters has come under fire from Republicans over her remarks that protesters need to get "more confrontational" if Derek Chauvin isn't convicted of murdering George Floyd.
The GOP congressman said it's an "easy" choice not to support Trump if he becomes the Republican Party's 2024 nominee.
"I think all of those people that we endorse are going to go on to victory," the former president said Tuesday.
The Utah senator clashed with the former president and made history as the first senator to vote to convict a president of his own party.
The GOP senator is facing an additional censure resolution from the Maine Republican Party.
At the same time, the House Minority Leader argued he was right to support a Texas SCOTUS lawsuit that attempted to block Biden's election victory.
The "allegations of misconduct" that are serving as the basis for the impeachment inquiry must include the massacre he oversaw. Otherwise, they will be impeaching him for the wrong thing.
Impeachment could be on the horizon for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, with the Democrat continuing to refuse calls to resign following the emergence of a sixth sexual harassment allegation.
McConnell's favorability rating is far closer to Trump's unfavorability rating (24 percent) among Republican voters.
Nearly three-quarters of New York's Democratic voters continue to approve of the governor in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual assault.
Cuomo's May 2018 demand for then-Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to resign over sexual abuse accusations has resurfaced this week as the New York governor himself now faces such claims.
"There's been one bombshell after another," Republican minority leader Will Barclay announced Monday.
The Wyoming Republican praised Murkowski on Sunday after Trump called her "disloyal" and "very bad" and promised to campaign against her in Alaska next year.