House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy criticized the appointment of retired Lieutenant General Russel Honoré to lead a security review of the Capitol attack.
The deceased children's author has become a recent flashback in debates about so-called "cancel culture."
Republicans have criticized the Biden administration in recent weeks for not pushing a return to classrooms.
"First they outlaw Dr. Seuss, and now they want to tell us what to say," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
"No one should be surprised the Minority Leader is willing to wager his home," Pelosi's deputy communications director Robyn Patterson told Newsweek.
"Don't tell my wife, but I will bet it," the House Minority Leader said at CPAC.
The Senate minority leader said after the House vote for the $1.9 trillion package "so much for common sense and common ground."
Donald Trump announced later Friday he will be supporting a former aide who plans to challenge one of the Republicans who voted for his impeachment.
As House members prepare for the anticipated vote on President Joe Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package on Friday, Republicans have spent much of their time lamenting the massive amount of money that it will cost taxpayers.
"The idea that a Republican would join with the cancel culture, I just think is wrong, it's beyond just having a difference of opinion," he said in an interview on Thursday.
The GOP House Minority Leader's opposition to the stimulus plan is out of step with Republican voters, who largely support the $1.9 trillion package.
Republican lawmakers have been making the trip to Florida to try to keep former President Donald Trump close after his unsuccessful reelection bid.
"The first act of President Trump as speaker [of the House] will be to impeach Joe Biden," Bannon predicted.
Meanwhile, 89 percent of U.S. adults with no college degree want the former president to remain at the forefront of politics, the new CNBC survey found.
Democrats are accused of capitulating to GOP threats after they won a surprise 55-45 vote to call witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial before declining to do so just hours later.
After a delay, an agreement was reached to not call witnesses in former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Democrats wanted to know about the House minority leader's conversation with the former president on the day of the Capitol riot.
The South Carolina senator blamed media reports when changing his vote to call witnesses.
Jaime Herrera Beutler revealed the conversation on January 6 between the former president and the House minority leader.
The GOP congressman has said that precautions were taken during the celebration on December 5 2020 following a report about the event by the LA Times.
The White House has denied Republican claims that the rule was withdrawn, saying it was stuck in review on Inauguration Day.
"I don't think it's a long-term path to success," said the Republican congressman, who backed Trump's impeachment in the House.
Thursday's vote sought to remove Greene from her House committee assignments due to her past social media endorsements of several extremist conspiracy theories.
Cheney won support from a majority of House Republicans despite voting to impeach former President Trump.
The House Republican leader voted to condemn the conspiracy theory in October last year.
Cheney saw off a challenge to remove her as the number three Republican in the House with a significant majority.
"I cannot fathom any company would give money to the House Republicans ever again for having a Parkland denier, 9/11 truther in their midst," Wallace said.
The House Minority Leader called Democrats' resolution to remove Greene from her current committee assignments a "distraction" on Wednesday.