For decades, a corporatist Republican Party blithely toed a libertarian line on antitrust, instinctively opposing all but the most egregious restraints of trade. No longer.
GOP lawmakers Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar and Chip Roy were among those who opposed both bills this week.
"A lot of folks saying 'I saw 2020 and I'm not letting that happen again. I'm not going to let HR1 pass. We're going to go crush this in two years,'" Pompeo said.
The South Carolina senator claimed no one was afraid of President Biden, but the "bad guys" feared Donald Trump.
Jeb Bush's son said that he and his family have "differences of opinion" like any other American family.
Gomez is one of the first Republicans to announce a run to replace Democratic Governor Kate Brown, who cannot seek re-election due to term limits.
"I think that shift is permanent unless we as Republicans go back to being who we used to be...pre-Trump," Rubio said.
Steve Bannon called on Senator Rick Scott to lead a Republican effort to bring Democrat Joe Manchin into the GOP.
As Greg Abbott marches toward another re-election, he hears from the wings that he has not been "DeSantis enough."
"Trump is powerful and he is a clear and PRESENT danger to our democratic society and national stability," said Steve Schmidt.
The Republican governor, who said Trump's electoral demands violated state law, spoke for about 30 seconds before the boos were quiet enough for him to be heard.
West, who has criticized Gov. Greg Abbott for not being conservative enough, resigned from his position after 11 months on the job.
"The Republican Party is a dying national political party, and the sooner it can die the better for all of us," the former congressman said.
"He has no clue as to what needs to be done for our Country, was a weak and ineffective leader, and spends all of his time fighting Republicans as opposed to Democrats who are destroying our Country," Trump said in a statement.
"Some people have no shame," said the president, about GOP lawmakers who voted against the pandemic relief bill but are now "bragging" about it to their constituents
The former president has persisted in rallying against his election defeat, leaving the Republican Party in a volatile state heading into future elections.
"Marjorie is wrong, and her intentional decision to compare the horrors of the Holocaust with wearing masks is appalling," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
The Kentucky senator joins a growing list of members of Republicans speaking out against Greene's comments.
The lieutenant governor of Georgia made the comments during an appearance on CNN.
The Ipsos/Reuters poll also found that 56% of Republicans still believe the election was "rigged or the result of illegal voting."
The Nevada Senate Republican Caucus called for an audit of the vote to censure Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske, after allegations of a far-right activist group's involvement in swaying the censure vote has come to light.
"I don't think we've really internalized how much of that has been created through the subjugation of other people," Ocasio-Cortez said.
The Republican Party is emerging from its cocoon of populist rhetoric a changed animal—just not one that anyone needs or wants.
70 percent of New Jersey respondents believe the former governor would not make a good president if he decides to run for office, according to a new poll.
To the elites, Wyoming representative Liz Cheney's ouster from the No. 3 position in the House GOP leadership is a big deal.
Cheney vowed to "restore" the Republican Party's character in the wake of Trump's continued election conspiracies and fanatical supporters lingering in the GOP.
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.