GOP Rep. Liz Cheney said the Georgia congresswoman's remarks embodied "evil lunacy."
"The American people deserve the truth," the Illinois Republican said.
Acosta criticized congressional Republicans who voted against the bipartisan commission into the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, saying they were acquiescing to the former president's demands.
The House Republican leader voted against plans for a Capitol riot commission investigation on Wednesday.
Several House Republicans voted against a proposal to create an independent commission to investigate the violent January 6 attack on the United States Capitol, despite bipartisan negotiations to craft the legislation.
The California Republican asserted that any commission would just "get in the way" of current Department of Justice investigations.
House negotiators, led by Republican John Katko and Democrat Bennie Thompson, finally reached an agreement last week on the scope of the probe.
"I heard the noise—the flash bangs, I smelled some of the gas as it moved my way," the Michigan Republican pointed out.
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."
Rep. Kevin McCarthy on Friday night told Hannity that Biden doesn't "have the energy of Donald Trump."
Earlier this week, Taylor worked to co-organize a letter signed by over 100 Republicans – including other former elected officials – who are threatening to break away from the current two-party system and form a new Republican alternative.
"Trump is an Adderall addict. That's why he doesn't get a decent night's sleep," tweeted one critic.
"Too many 'leaders' are acting like this is ok," the Republican congressman tweeted, sharing a video of Lin Wood claiming Trump is still president.
At least one gas station was charging $6.99 for a gallon of gas amid shortages and some panic buying.
The Californian congressman has called for Gaetz, facing sex trafficking allegations, to be stripped of his membership of the House Judiciary Committee.
Stefanik said she agreed with the former president's agenda for the country and claimed the U.S. was facing 'multiple crises'
"I was there on January 6. This was a real insurrection," Kinzinger said while some of his Republican colleagues argued otherwise.
"We're all united.... The Democratic Party is destroying America," the Texas Republican told reporters.
Biden was asked how he could trust congressional Republicans when they just punished a member of their own party for truthfully saying that Trump didn't win the 2020 election.
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.
"I don't think anybody is questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election," McCarthy, a California Republican, told reporters on Wednesday.
"Almost everyone in the Republican Party, including 90% of Wyoming, looks forward to her ouster—and that includes me!" Trump said as House Republicans began voting on whether to keep Cheney in her leadership position.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) hired Brian Jack, a key adviser to former President Donald Trump, in March after dialing back his criticism of Trump's role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
"Expelling Liz Cheney from leadership won't gain the GOP one additional voter, but it will cost us quite a few," Romney cautioned pro-Trump Republicans on Monday.
"It's ludacris that [Liz Cheney is] having to defend herself. That's insane. But that's where we are," Kinzinger said.
"I told Kevin that his words and our party's actions would lead to violence on January 6th. Kevin dismissively responded with 'ok Adam, operator next question.' And we got violence," Kinzinger tweeted.
The congressman from Illinois compared the current state of the Republican Party to the sinking of the Titanic.
"What is it about Liz Cheney that isn't focusing on this [GOP] mission? She opposes Joe Biden's agenda very strongly," Chris Wallace pointed out.
The South Carolina senator has said he feels the Republican Party "can't grow" without the former president.