The former vice president has recently been the subject of speculation about his ambitions for the White House.
In videos staff members could be seen tackling the flag-waving Trump supporter in the crowded rink on Sunday.
Fifty three percent of registered voters said they would vote for Trump in the 2024 GOP primary.
After the vote, the former president thanked the senators for the acquittal, railed against Democrats, and vowed to continue his MAGA movement this year.
Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene warned Republicans on Friday not to "cower to the mob."
American Sign Language interpreter Heather Mewshaw, who provided translations for Monday's press briefing at the White House, has been seen in online videos appearing to support former President Donald Trump.
"Lin Wood has been terminated as counsel at this time," Trump supporter Nicholas Sandman tweeted on Monday.
The senator has "twisted truth and logic" as one of a band of Trump supporters who defy reality, according to an editorial in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
President Donald Trump will exit the White House with a historically low approval rating, and a majority of Americans saying that he failed to deliver on his famed slogan.
The president's account has been silenced, but experts say Twitter's problems with how it moderates content, including from world leaders, is far from over.
Last week, Ariel Pink attend the riot at the Capitol and shortly afterward was dropped by his record label, Mexican Summer.
Many people, including comic book fans, think the character should be discontinued after his image was co-opted by extremists.
The Fox News contributor and Parler investor railed against the supposed censoring of right-wing social media users following the attack on the Capitol last week by pro-Donald Trump supporters.
Assemblywoman Annie Black says she took part in the peaceful march, but did not enter the Capitol building, and has insisted: 'I'm not going anywhere'.
Parler was removed from the internet early on Monday morning after hosts Amazon said it had breached the user agreement.
Representative Zoe Lofgren, chairwoman of the House Administration Committee, said the breach "raises grave security concerns", and confirmed that her committee would work with House and Senate leaders to review the police response.
Scores of celebrities decried the unrest and violence that broke out in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, as Congress attempted to certify President-Elect Joe Biden's Electoral College victory.
"You just lost your next election. You better back the President. South Carolina deserves better," one user tweeted.
Virginia-based company Verillas said it was "disgusted" by far-right supporters wearing its clothing on Saturday.
The woman claimed she doesn't wear a mask in public despite wearing one at work so she doesn't infect other patients.
The hats are not affiliated with the Biden-Harris campaign but are instead sold by a private Amazon seller.
Despite acknowledging that more people in Washington voted for Democrats than Republicans, TikToker Dutch Hollander seemed to argue that land mass demonstrated a majority for Republicans.
The president also said that his supporters at the event wouldn't "stand for a Rigged and Corrupt Election."
The president had previously hinted Friday that he would attend the event in Washington, D.C.
The company said there is no place for those "affiliated with hate groups" after customer was found to be attending rally organized by Proud Boys.
Other rallies including "Stop the Steal" and "March for Trump" will be taking place this Saturday in the capital.
The account mocking the sorrow of Trump loyalists has been suspended by the social networking service.