"We do need to find a way to hold the president accountable," said the freshman congresswoman from South Carolina Sunday.
The Republican Trump ally warned GOP colleagues that convicting Trump would "destroy" their political party.
Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.) reportedly said that the decision vote in favor of President Donald Trump's second impeachment after years as a staunch Trump supporter "hurts my heart."
The South Carolina senator described Harrison as a "formidable" rival in a series of congratulatory messages shared to Twitter on Thursday.
Some hospitals in South Carolina were reported to be confused over who is eligible and who to prioritize for vaccination.
"Their actions are repugnant to democracy," the Republican senator said of the pro-Trump demonstrators.
"That is something that can be pursued even after January 20," noted the Democratic House majority whip on Tuesday.
The Darlington County Sheriff's Office said a truck driver who was also hit by flying debris reported seeing two youths throwing objects onto vehicles.
Sarah McKinnon, a second grade teacher at Aiken Elementary School, was detained after a series of traffic violations led officers to search her vehicle.
Four inmates allegedly used contraband cell phones smuggled into the prison to run a gang's drug empire with underlings willing to commit kidnapping, assault, murder, blackmail and arson.
Stacy Rose Zelaya-Sheff has been charged with domestic violence after her boyfriend told police she became irate and violent.
Richard Gilbert, 51, allegedly made multiple calls from a contraband cell phone to organise the crime, even sending a $2,000 check from his prison canteen account as a down payment for the murder-for-hire.
Missy Tracewell said she cried and jumped up and down "like a five-year-old" when she found the tooth of the prehistoric predator.
Jaime Harrison previously served as the chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party before running his ultimately unsuccessful Senate campaign against Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham.
Jaime Harrison raised more than $107 million in this cycle and spent more than $104 million in his bid to unseat Lindsey Graham.
"All the liberals in California in New York, you wasted a lot of money," Sen. Lindsey Graham said after defeating Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison in a Senate race that included over $200 million in funding.
Harrison raised a record-breaking $131 million by October 14, prompting Graham to beg Fox News viewers for donations.
The incumbent has faced a tough campaign battle from Democratic contender Jaime Harrison who has broken election fundraising records.
Graham said Saturday that Twitter moderators believe the Department of Homeland Security is more of a threat than the ayatollah of Iran.
Facing a tough battle with Democratic contender Jaime Harrison, the South Carolina senator said his number-one priority, if he got elected, was another coronavirus stimulus package.
The pair are due to go head-to-head on Friday evening amid a tight race for the Senate seat currently held by Graham in South Carolina.
The Democratic contender for South Carolina told "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert "Lindsey Graham's word isn't worth much of anything."
Graham has found himself in a surprisingly tight race with Democrat Jaime Harrison.
However, the numbers divided differently when it came to early voters and those who had not yet voted.
"Lindsey Graham, a political parasite with a record of lies and personal betrayals," the ad begins.
"Why should I take the risk of her infecting other people?" asked the 69-year-old poll worker in Chester County.
Harrison, former chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party, has gained national recognition for his fight to unseat Graham, who has served in the U.S. Senate since 2003.
The South Carolina Republican senator has trailed his Democratic challenger in fundraising and faces a tough test to retain his seat.
"We started as a 17-point underdog. Today, I'm honored to accept the endorsement of the oldest newspaper in South Carolina, @thestate. Change is coming, folks," Harrison wrote on Twitter alongside a link to The State's endorsement, written by members of its editorial board.