Representative John Katko, a New York Republican, announced on Friday that he would not seek another term this year.
Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg was involved in a crash last year that killed a 55-year-old pedestrian, but he opted to remain in office.
The former president also defended the rioters who attacked the Capitol, saying "a lot of innocent people are being hurt."
The former president is using his major GOP influence to have those he disproves of removed from office in the 2022 midterms.
Former White House adviser Steve Bannon was charged with contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena.
Chris Krebs said other Republicans are "ashamed" they aren't facing Donald Trump's backlash because they "didn't step up."
McCaul said that he "strongly" condemned Trump's "rhetoric and his behavior" but did not vote in favor of impeachment, arguing that it happened too quickly.
Tim Ko, a physician assistant in neurosurgery, is hoping to appeal to Trump supporters who have lost faith in New York Rep. John Katko.
"January 6th was an unconstitutional attempt led by the president of the United States to overturn an American election and reinstall himself in power illegitimately," he said of Donald Trump.
There were "new questions about whether the AG violated the terms of the investigative referral made to her office," said attorney Rita Glavin.
Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, become the second president in U.S. history to face impeachment following his affair with 22-year-old Monica Lewinsky.
In "Impeachment: American Crime Story" Episode 3, Paula Jones turned down a six-figure settlement from President Bill Clinton. Annaleigh Ashford spoke to Newsweek about the case of Paula Jones.
The story of Kathleen Willey is explored in episode 3 of "Impeachment: American Crime Story" titled "Not To Be Believed."
On Thursday, the former NFL wide receiver wrote a lengthy statement regarding his decision.
"Impeachment's" second episode explores the beginning of Monica Lewinsky's affair with President Bill Clinton. Here's what really happened.
Judith Light portrays the self-titled "conservative feminist" in "Impeachment: American Crime Story."
The GOP House Minority Leader has helped five anti-Trump Republicans raise about $100,000 each in the first half of 2021.
"Impeachment's" Annaleigh Ashford spoke to Newsweek about that sketch scene in Episode 1, and the "heartbreaking" fact that Paula Jones was the "only woman in the room" throughout Jones vs. Clinton.
"Impeachment: American Crime Story" Episode 1 on FX features some eyebrow-raising moments, from Paula Jones' rude drawing to Monica Lewinsky's private names for the president.
"Impeachment: American Crime Story" Episode 1 features Cobie Smulders as conservative pundit Ann Coulter, who found herself tied up in the Clinton scandals on a number of occasions.
"American Crime Story: Impeachment" is based on a book about the real-life events concerning President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky.
Episode 1 of "Impeachment: American Crime Story" briefly introduces Vince Foster into the narrative, who would go on to become a key figure in the Clinton administration.
Impeachment: American Crime Story's Annaleigh Ashford spoke to Newsweek about playing the role of Paula Jones.
"Impeachment: American Crime Story" is a dramatization of the Lewinsky-Clinton affair that saw Bill Clinton become the second U.S. president to be impeached.
"There isn't going to be an impeachment, but I think [the Democrats] have a good chance of having a very bad election next year," the Senate minority leader said.
"For her to not speak out about this, for her not to fly over to Afghanistan to the Kabul airport is disgraceful and unforgivable," Representative Greene said.
The Republican congresswoman has frequently suggested that the president should be removed from office.
"That is his style, and he will try to make a comeback," said the New York state assemblymember and critic of the governor said.