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.
As House members prepare for the anticipated vote on President Joe Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package on Friday, Republicans have spent much of their time lamenting the massive amount of money that it will cost taxpayers.
Republican lawmakers have been making the trip to Florida to try to keep former President Donald Trump close after his unsuccessful reelection bid.
"We committed to you, Democrat and Republican, a $2,000 stimulus check," Biden said in a video released Friday. "$600 came forward last time around. Another $1,400 will be coming."
During a vote on the COVID-19 reconciliation budget, Republican Whip Steve Scalise proposed an amendment to withhold funding from states that did not report accurate data on COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes.
President Joe Biden spent his first week in office signing executive orders and memorandums on priority issues, including climate change, LGBT rights, the economy and health care.
"While China spread misinformation so it could hoard medical supplies, the WHO parroted China's lies denying human to human transmission of the virus and Tedros praising them for their transparency," claimed Representative James Comer who is on the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized Republicans for complaining about metal detectors despite sharing content threatening Democrats.
"People are being hurt. This is unacceptable," GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News, confirming that shots had been fired inside the Capitol.
"Do you feel comfortable throwing out millions of votes of your fellow Americans?" Chris Wallace asked Representative Steve Scalise.
The House Speaker didn't rule out a second impeachment against Trump, or new articles of impeachment against Attorney General Bill Barr, as she looks to "meet the needs of the American people."
"Unfortunately, the Republican Members' refusal to wear masks undermined the safety of everyone in the hearing room," the letter to Republicans stated.
House Republicans have filed a legal challenge that seeks to upend the chamber's historic proxy voting plan as members start casting remote votes.
In meetings this week, Republicans and Democrats have taken turns blasting each other over the response to the nation's COVID-19 outbreak and the path forward to economic recovery.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said that he'd never seen Bernie Sanders supporters "being unusually mean or rude," and requested evidence of bad behavior.
Steve Scalise accused Speaker Pelosi of trying to negotiate her own "quid pro quo" in the Senate. He also contradicted Mitch McConnell's own comments, claiming the Senate "will hold a fair trial."
The Louisiana congressman argued that Pelosi's decision to allow the impeachment of President Donald Trump was driven by pressure from the party's more radical wing.