Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy will reportedly join Vice President Mike Pence in snubbing President Donald Trump by not attending his farewell event on Wednesday morning hours before President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated.
"We do need to find a way to hold the president accountable," said the freshman congresswoman from South Carolina Sunday.
"Some say the riots were caused by antifa. There is absolutely no evidence of that, and conservatives should be the first to say so," the Republican leader said.
Hawley and Cruz were among the 147 congressional Republicans who supported at least one objection to counting Joe Biden's electoral votes.
Jake Tapper said the "sedition caucus" of Republicans should remember Ulysses Grant's words ahead of the Civil War, that the parties are now only divided among "traitors and patriots."
Forcing self-described Democratic moderates to declare where they stand is the beginning of the fight to keep America from lurching sharply to the left.
"It will be up to Speaker Pelosi to decide if she wants to act on the behalf of the American people," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) wrote in a letter urging that foreign aid be "revisited" while Democrats rush to accept President Donald Trump's demand for $2,000 stimulus checks.
A majority of Democrats, 53 percent, said Pelosi should remain as House speaker, according to the survey.
An independent government watchdog report says Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL, tried to help the VA secretary damage the reputation of a woman who was sexually assaulted at a VA facility.
McCarthy referred to the increased number of non-white voters who support Trump and Trump's vocal support for funding police despite community reform efforts.
Most television networks and media outlets called the race for Joe Biden on Saturday but McCarthy has stood firm on rejecting his win.
Although the new study alleges that the technology to implement remote voting in the House of Representatives is available, some Republicans view the idea as unsound.
The Republican minority leader celebrated his party's gains in key House races, with several still to call.
It is rare for members of the Big Four—the top leaders in both chambers—to miss such historic and significant ceremonies at the Capitol, particularly for those who lie in state.
The 34 Democratic and Republican representatives called on Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican leader Kevin McCarthy to keep the House in session until a relief deal is reached.
When Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy and the House Republicans unveiled their Commitment to America agenda this week, they were operating in the best tradition of the modern House GOP.
People over 65 are considered high risk for the new coronavirus and McCarthy told Axios concerns over voting in person could deter them from casting ballots at all.
As the dangerous conspiracy theory festers among the fringes of the internet, it has grown more prevalent among some Republicans seeking office.
Several Republicans rejected President Donald Trump's suggestion of delaying the 2020 presidential election, with GOP lawmakers noting Americans voted during the Civil War, two World Wars and a previous pandemic.
Kevin McCarthy also blamed the Democratic leadership for delays in passing much needed COVID-19 relief legislation.
"[The next stimulus package] will make sure moms and dads don't have to worry about the safety of their children who are going back to schools," said White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
The California congressman said he support the president's move to grant Stone clemency, according to a post on CNN correspondent Manu Raju's Twitter account.
The House minority leader said Democrats would "change the rules of the game" were they to win November's election.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy introduced the legislation to combat the "leftwing mobs" whom he said are "trying to erase history."
House Republicans have argued against proxy voting, which was introduced amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Ted Howze, the embattled GOP candidate for California's 10th district, lost the endorsement of the most powerful Republican in the House, Kevin McCarthy, after dozens of racist and offensive social media posts Howze wrote emerged recently.
"The maliciously false attacks on our campaign based on old social media posts being attributed to me are Fake News," California congressional candidate Ted Howze said.
The Republican House Minority Leader also said the bill offering further individual stimulus checks was being used to "enforce" socialism.