The Illinois Republican knocked the House GOP leader, writing in a sarcastic tweet: "Here is real strength."
"I would love to see the gavel go from Nancy Pelosi to Donald Trump," Meadows said on Steve Bannon's podcast Thursday.
"We're not there yet. I'm hopeful that we can get there. Will we ever get there? That remains to be seen," said House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn.
Representative Matt Gaetz questioned how Republicans are supposed to "trust" the GOP House leader in a Thursday tweet.
The Florida representative's remarks follow proposed legislation to require that only elected members or delegates be eligible to serve as Speaker of the House.
Steve Bannon first touted the idea during an event for Boston Republicans back in February.
"There's nothing worse than a reckless jackass who thinks he's smarter than everybody else," Boehner said of Cruz.
"The first act of President Trump as speaker [of the House] will be to impeach Joe Biden," Bannon predicted.
"It's a tremendous bipartisan framework for action that's commensurate with the scale of the crisis that we're facing," said Representative Max Rose of New York.
"It just depends on if they understand what we have to do to crush the virus," the Speaker of the House said.
Tara Reade's brother, a friend and two other women have said that the former Biden staffer told them about the 1993 assault.
"He failed," the Speaker of the House said of the president's actions.
Representative Matt Gaetz also argued that the impeachment inquiry was simply for "television consumption."
"There is a legal basis for impeachment because it's really a political judgment on the part of the members of the Congress," Andrew Napolitano said.
"Does the president not trust the Speaker of the House with sensitive national security information?" Chris Wallace asked.
"Nancy, you already got the truth and Nancy, you can't handle the truth. So just knock it the hell off," the former judge said.
"I'm not going to defend Donald Trump. Not now, not in the future," Ryan reportedly told Republicans during a conference call.
The image of Pelosi, eyebrow raised and clapping at Trump after he called for an end to "revenge politics," now features on T-shirts and tote bags for sale on her online store.
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In his first address to the House in his new role, Ryan called on members to change how they conduct business.
Boehner is a rogue agent negotiating on behalf of special interests, not the voters.
Ryan didn't get the four-fifths needed for an endorsement, but convinces enough to back him.