"President Trump's attempts to undermine the outcome of the 2020 election have been unconscionable," Representative Brian Fitzpatrick said in a Tuesday statement.
"To allow the president of the United States to incite this attack without consequence is a direct threat to the future of our democracy," New York Republican Representative John Katko said in a Tuesday statement.
Whatever one may think of President Trump's speech last Wednesday—I personally found it deeply upsetting—one thing is clear: It was fully protected by the First Amendment.
The Republican Accountability Project will incentivize GOP lawmakers to hold Trump accountable after a violent mob of his supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol.
"How many more will die in the service of this mediocrity? And watch, he'll burn the WH down before he goes," Midler tweeted Tuesday.
The revelation is a remarkable one and signifies a stark departure from supporting an outgoing president who is expected to be impeached a second time for the "incitement of insurrection."
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 former FBI director said Tuesday it would "be better for this country if we move past a fallen and corrupt president."
More than 300 historians and legal scholars called for the House to conduct a "speedy impeachment" after Trump "encouraged an insurrection by a mob of his supporters."
So far, it appears that just a handful of Republican senators—at best—would likely back the endeavor if a vote were held today.
The House of Representatives has charged Trump with "incitement of insurrection" after a mob of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.
Trump's attorney Sekulow said that a second impeachment would be a "gigantic mistake" from the Democrats.
If the Senate votes to convict the president, they could block him from office in a later vote on penalties.
"There are some things in some areas that I know we can work together," Representative Jeff Van Drew explained. "The way to do that is not to call for another impeachment."
"I think if inciting to insurrection isn't [impeachable], then I don't really know what is," the former GOP New Jersey governor said.
"My words were wrong, hurtful, and completely inappropriate. I sincerely apologize to my colleagues, constituents, and friends for the pain I caused," said Oregon Congressman Kurt Schrader.
"A second impeachment, only days before President Trump will leave office, is as unnecessary as it is inflammatory," seven Republicans said in a letter to Biden.
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff called for a quick impeachment of the president, following the riot at the Capitol on Wednesday.
On Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that unless all 100 Senators agree to hear an impeachment trial, the upper chamber will not even meet to discuss removing the president until Joe Biden is in office.
The former national security adviser said he did not believe Trump posed a threat in his final days in office.
The Senate wouldn't even begin its impeachment proceedings until Biden was officially made president, making Trump's removal from office via that route impossible.
After rioters descended on the U.S. Capitol building after a speech by President Donald Trump on Wednesday, many have called for Trump's ouster from office.
"It is the hope of Members that the President will immediately resign," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a Friday statement.
Calls are growing for the president's removal from office after protesters broke into the Capitol Building on Wednesday.
The "Chromatica" singer has urged that invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office does not prevent him from running for a future term.
"The House, if they come together and have a process, I will definitely consider whatever articles they might move, because as I told you I believe the president has disregarded his oath of office," the senator said.
Calls to oust President Trump are gaining momentum, with the possibility of a second impeachment following his supporters' storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Omar said she didn't believe VP would invoke the 25th Amendment to remove the president.
Backlash is mounting against the president following the recent chaos at the Capitol, with growing calls for his removal from office ahead of his term ending.
"Yesterday was not a protest—it was a riot to uphold white supremacy. It was allowed to happen," said the ice cream brand.