The South Carolina senator has said he feels the Republican Party "can't grow" without the former president.
The Vermont senator said Cheney is being punished because she acknowledged "the reality that Trump lost the election."
"Did Kevin McCarthy and Steve Scalise talk to Officer Michael Fanone from DC metro about his experience on Jan 6th yet? It sure seems like they talked to Trump about it," the Illinois congressman tweeted.
The statement was in response to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's assertion that caucus members were concerned about whether Cheney could fulfill her duties as Republican conference chair.
Tucker Carlson has attacked Frank Luntz in recent days, accusing the GOP pollster of being "effectively a Democrat."
The House minority leader said Republicans have expressed concerns that Cheney, a fierce Trump critic, will not be able to deliver the party's message.
Cheney has long criticized Trump, but on Monday she accused Trump of "poisoning our democratic system." In response, Trump has struck out against her chances for re-election.
Cheney tweeted, "Anyone who claims it was is spreading THE BIG LIE, turning their back on the rule of law, and poisoning our democratic system."
Pro-Trump House Republicans have grown increasingly frustrated with Cheney's condemnation of the former president.
Scott's speech responding to President Joe Biden's congressional address has led to speculation about a presidential bid.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy praised South Carolina Senator Tim Scott's response to President Joe Biden's first address to the joint session of Congress.
"I asked the senator, 'Did you ever think you would be more conservative than the president?'" McCarthy said he remarked to Senator Sanders.
The election is likely to take place in the fall and aspiring contenders have another 58 days to announce their campaigns.
Chris Wallace noted the GOP supported a tightly-focused Benghazi attack investigation and asked why it wouldn't do the same for the January 6 insurrection.
Some industries groups say fracking could account for up to 20 percent of the state's oil production.
"I just went inside the Capitol to file my resolution to #ExpelMaxineWaters," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted on Monday.
The California Democrat, who recently told reporters in Minnesota she was going to "fight with all of the people who stand for justice," was accused by Republicans of contributing to social unrest.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has also joined Greene's calls to expel Representative Maxine Waters following the congresswoman's appearance at the Brooklyn Center protests over the weekend.
The Democratic lawmaker called for protesters to be more confrontational in Brooklyn Center at the weekend.
"This so-called America First Caucus is one of the nuttiest things I've ever seen," the former Republican House Speaker said.
Just 38 percent of Americans approve of a Democratic plan to add four new justices to the nation's top court.
The largest fundraising committees for Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate are seeing record hauls for the first quarter of the year.
Trump held a Mar-a-Lago fundraiser for Max Miller, Gonzalez's GOP primary challenger, because of the incumbent's January vote to impeach the former president.
President Joe Biden's critics have seized on the burgeoning crisis along the southern border as the White House continues its victory lap following the passage of a nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package in a partisan vote.
The House minority leader has outlined actions he would like to see the administration take while requesting a meeting with the president.
At the same time, the House Minority Leader argued he was right to support a Texas SCOTUS lawsuit that attempted to block Biden's election victory.
President Joe Biden signed into law a historic $1.9 trillion stimulus bill on March 11 that is aimed at helping Americans through the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection refuted claims made earlier this week that the southwest border has been exploited by known terrorists.
Customs and Border Protection confirmed on Tuesday it had detained four people whose names matched some on the FBI Terrorist Screening Database since October 1.
President Biden looks to undo former President Donald Trump's immigration policies and be more welcoming to migrants.