"This type of sadistic behavior can NOT be tolerated," Greene tweeted. "They must be held accountable for their reprehensible actions."
In early February, the Democratic-led House voted to strip Greene of all her committee seats due to her past support of extremist conspiracy theories.
"If Donald Trump is the 2024 Republican presidential nominee and Republicans control the House of Representatives, they will not certify a democratic victory in 2024," Mehdi Hasan said.
"They've lost control and they don't have the ability to rein it back in," Christopher Krebs said of Republicans scared Trump will primary them.
The Wyoming Republican slammed her GOP colleague for "perpetuating the Big Lie" on Sunday.
"Do you think the election was stolen or not?" Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace pressed the No. 2 GOP House leader.
The House Democrats' splintering leaves a vote on the bill in the air as the GOP solidifies opposition.
"Democrats want the credit for their social policies and the government handouts they're planning, but they don't want to own the price tag," Sen. John Thune said.
"The debt limit is a shared responsibility, and I urge Congress to come together, in that spirit," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote in a letter to members.
The Florida Republican joined House Minority Whip Steve Scalise and members of Congress who served in the military overseas in criticizing the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
"New Yorkers deserve answers and accountability," the New York Republican said.
U.S. House GOP Whip Steve Scalise is pushing back on Democratic leaders who haven't scheduled a hearing devoted to the origins of COVID-19.
The May jobs report showed that the economy added over 100,000 fewer jobs than analysts had projected.
"We need to get to the bottom of this," the House minority whip told Fox Business on Thursday.
"You have to have respect for Nancy Pelosi, in that she never allows attacks on her own, and she defends them even when they sleep with Chinese spies, when they attack Israel, when they stand with Hamas terrorism," Greene said.
Leaders of Congress in both parties are condemning the controversial Georgia GOP congresswoman who compared COVID-19 mask mandates to requirements put on Jewish people during the Holocaust.
Stefanik's election to become the No. 3 Republican in the House appears locked in—despite some colleagues' question about whether she's conservative enough for the high-profile leadership post.
"Expelling Liz Cheney from leadership won't gain the GOP one additional voter, but it will cost us quite a few," Romney cautioned pro-Trump Republicans on Monday.
"What is it about Liz Cheney that isn't focusing on this [GOP] mission? She opposes Joe Biden's agenda very strongly," Chris Wallace pointed out.
McIntosh said the New York congresswoman has been "a pretty far-left Republican" throughout her career.
The Vermont senator said Cheney is being punished because she acknowledged "the reality that Trump lost the election."
"Did Kevin McCarthy and Steve Scalise talk to Officer Michael Fanone from DC metro about his experience on Jan 6th yet? It sure seems like they talked to Trump about it," the Illinois congressman tweeted.
Pro-Trump House Republicans have grown increasingly frustrated with Cheney's condemnation of the former president.
"Today would be a good day for Vice President Harris to visit the southern border," Republicans of the House Judiciary Committee tweeted Friday.
"I haven't heard Maxine saying anything about people 'peacefully' protesting," said Louisiana GOP Rep. Scalise Tuesday.
Rep. Steve Scalise pointed to a historic precedent and affirmed that Rep. Matt Gaetz will be removed from his House committees if the DOJ files charges against him.
Scalise says he has been "alarmed" by what he's seen after leading a delegation of fellow GOP members of Congress to the border.
"This is out of control. It's the middle of the night. We've seen dozens of children flow freely across the border in just the past few minutes," Scalise tweeted.
"Vaccine passports are meant to control what you can do, where you can go and how much the government can know about your activities," Republican Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert wrote.
Republicans have criticized the Biden administration in recent weeks for not pushing a return to classrooms.