When asked if Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger would be punished for serving on the January 6 Capitol Riot committee, McCarthy replied, "We'll see."
Donald Trump Jr., who has been a vocal force in the Republican party, was also significantly more popular than House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
"We tried to do this in an independent, national commission. The Republicans refused," said Democratic lawmaker David Cicilline.
She said Sunday that Kinzinger "brings great patriotism to the Committee's mission: to find the facts and protect our Democracy."
"At every opportunity, the minority leader has attempted to prevent the American people from understanding what happened—to block this investigation," Cheney said.
"It's my responsibility as Speaker of the House to make sure we get to the truth on this and we will not let their antics stand in the way of that," Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said.
The Georgia lawmaker reacted to Cheney's criticism of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy after he withdrew his January 6 committee appointees
"At every opportunity, the Minority Leader has attempted to prevent the American people from understanding what happened," Rep. Cheney said.
McCarthy leaving Republicans who voted to impeach Trump off the committee indicates they plan to push back on the idea that Trump is responsible for the riot.
It's unlikely Greene will actually serve on the committee, as Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has veto power over Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's picks.
Miles Taylor said that the House of Representatives will be "haunted" by the "ghoul" of Trump if Republicans retake the chamber in 2022.
"I encourage you to study my father's teachings & words well beyond the last lines of 'I Have A Dream,'" Bernice King wrote after McCarthy invoked her father's famous speech.
The congressman conceded to The Verge last week that he was wrong to believe "the market will take care of" creating competition within Silicon Valley.
"It's confusing because I thought so many of the people I know, like Kevin McCarthy, had a red line that they just wouldn't cross, that there would be no payoff worth crossing that line," Kinzinger said.
McCarthy has reversed his earlier stance of boycotting the probe to suggest partisanship, but he will now add Republicans to the panel and take part.
The House Minority Leader warned other Republican members against accepting the assignment from Pelosi if she names them to the January 6 committee.
Michael Hayden reacted angrily to the House minority leader's calls for an investigation into claims the NSA was spying on the Fox News anchor.
"Although NSA publicly denied targeting Carlson, I have serious questions regarding this matter that must be answered," Rep. Kevin McCarthy said.
While Kinzinger has become a vocal opponent of Trump's election fraud claims, 90.2 percent of Kinzinger's votes have aligned with Trump's policy positions.
Kinzinger said the House minority leader had "resurrected" Donald Trump politically after first denouncing the former president in the aftermath of the Capitol riot.
"It's not my expectation, given Kevin McCarthy's past practice, that he will do anything other than bend the knee to Donald Trump," said the House Democratic Caucus chair.
Fanone said the Republican leader refused to publicly denounce GOP congress members who've made false claims about the January 6 Capitol riots.
Shortly after Officer Michael Fanone's remarks, McCarthy's office reached out to the Capitol police officer, who said he finally spoke with a scheduler from the House minority leader's office on Wednesday afternoon—more than a month after Fanone first attempted to schedule a meeting with McCarthy.
Pence continues to face strong criticism from some supporters of former President Donald Trump for his role on January 6.
Some GOP lawmakers continue to push baseless conspiracy theories about the pro-Trump assault on the Capitol.
The vice president told potential migrants not to come to the U.S. on a visit to Guatemala on Monday.
The May jobs report showed that the economy added over 100,000 fewer jobs than analysts had projected.
The congressman said Sunday it's "frankly very depressing" to recognize the influence that Trump still has over Republicans.
"I kind of look at this and just say to myself, 'where do you go from here, what do you say next to the American people?'" Michael Steele said.
"It looks to me right now like the American people might never find out the truth," the former Republican New Jersey governor said.