Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) spoke against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) "giving some legitimacy to this impeachment process that I think is wrong" on Wednesday.
"They'll criticize President Trump but no one can argue," Fox News co-host Ainsley Earhardt said Tuesday, "he is a worker."
As of Monday, 51 percent of those who participated in the Rasmussen poll gave President Donald Trump a positive approval rating.
The president faces a Senate trial and the prospect of being barred from holding office, however he might still look to turn the situation and outcome to his advantage.
"You need a spark and that spark has to be charismatic," Philip Mudd said. "... they could spark a revolutionary movement."
The president became the first commander-in-chief to be impeached twice following the violence of January 6.
"We do need to find a way to hold the president accountable," said the freshman congresswoman from South Carolina Sunday.
"Rudy Giuliani charted a very bad course for the president in the morning papers," the Republican strategist said during a Fox News appearance.
The Republican Trump ally warned GOP colleagues that convicting Trump would "destroy" their political party.
"If you commit a crime, you're guilty, and the person who told you to do it is guilty," Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette said Sunday.
The freshman Republican congressman urged his party "to restore trust—to restore the trust of the voting public."
Kentucky senator Paul said said the Republican leadership "will destroy the party" if it backs Trump's impeachment.
"There's a menace to him in private that you don't pick up in public," he said.
Less than half of Republicans believe the GOP should continue to view the president as its leader.
The "Trump told me to" defense provides "great evidence" for a Senate impeachment trial, joked one activist.
When asked during a TV interview if he believes the January 6 events at the Capitol were in fact an insurrection, the West Virginia senator replied succinctly: "Absolutely, no doubt at all in my mind."
Some Democrats are considering invoking Section 3 of the 14th Amendment following the attack against the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
The House Judiciary Committee announced Friday that lawyer Barry Berke will be serving as a Chief Impeachment Counsel during President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, about a year after he was on the House Democrats' legal team during the first Trump impeachment trial.
Howard Falcon, chief assistant county attorney, told Newsweek that "there is no basis" for the county to end its lease with Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach.
"I'm hoping he will have been stripped of the perks of a former president by being convicted by the U.S. Senate and barred from further participation in public office," Comey said.
Whether the outgoing president will be convicted for "incitement of insurrection" is truly an unknown, as Trump's former firewall of GOP support on Capitol Hill has diminished significantly since helping to incite the January 6 riot.
Fifty-six percent of U.S. adults think Trump should be removed from office and disqualified from running for a federal post again in the future.
Democrat faces focus being drawn elsewhere as he looks to set the nation on a course of his choosing.
The House GOP conference chair has faced calls to resign from that position by some colleagues who objected to her stance.
Just 10 Republican members of the House supported impeaching Donald Trump following the Capitol riot.
Cawthorn told Newsweek the future of the Republican Party is "more conservative" than Crenshaw, but "less bombastic" than Gaetz.
"Shame, shame on the ten Republicans who joined with @SpeakerPelosi & the House Democrats in impeaching President Trump yesterday," evangelist Franklin Graham tweeted on Thursday.
Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.) reportedly said that the decision vote in favor of President Donald Trump's second impeachment after years as a staunch Trump supporter "hurts my heart."
However, she stopped short of revealing whether she will vote to convict the president for "incitement of insurrection."