"Password: Never tape PW to computer. Pin: Don't choose 1234," Lieu wrote on a piece of tape.
"Mike Pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our Country and our Constitution," Trump tweeted as Capitol rioters chanted "Hang Mike Pence."
The House passed a bill to create a commission to investigate the January 6 Capitol riot, with 35 Republicans voting in favor.
The California Democrat retweeted an image of his GOP colleague appearing to help barricade the House Chamber as Trump supporters attacked the Capitol on January 6.
The Californian congressman has called for Gaetz, facing sex trafficking allegations, to be stripped of his membership of the House Judiciary Committee.
Lieu responded to a federal judge's order to release a memo about the ex-attorney general's decision not to charge Donald Trump over 2016 election interference.
Gaetz has denied wrongdoing and claimed there was an attempted $25 million extortion plot against him and his father.
The Democratic lawmaker said Gaetz's position on the House Judiciary Committee was a conflict of interest.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said forcing a child to wear a mask outside should be "illegal."
The gubernatorial hopeful slammed congressman Lieu's "condescending tone" while he shared a "Schoolhouse Rock video for you to educate yourself."
The Democratic California congressman, an Air Force Reserve Command colonel who was born in Taiwan, is using a meme of the Fox News host to his advantage.
Carlson has claimed Democrats are trying to use mass immigration to change the U.S. in order to control who wins elections.
Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger earlier called on his GOP colleagues to expel members of the caucus, as well as stripping them of their committee duties.
Gaetz referenced allegations against him in a speech he gave at a Women for America First event on Friday night.
Local and federal leaders spoke out against the ongoing increase in violence and hate targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities this week, as videos emerged of two new attacks in New York City.
"Who was one of [Trump's] enablers? Dr. Birx, who was afraid to challenge his unscientific rhetoric and wrongfully praised him," Lieu said.
In the aftermath of the Atlanta spa shootings, Rep. Ted Lieu said former President Donald Trump "attacked" and "mocked" Asian Americans, as a study linked Trump's language to increased anti-Asian Twitter activity.
At least eight people were killed in three shooting incidents in Atlanta with six identified as women of Asian descent.
Military figures rounded on Carlson last week after he suggested the armed forces are becoming too "feminine."
Lieu, a Democratic congressman from California, criticized the GOP freshman for his comments in a debate about expanding background checks.
The California congressman called on Republicans to tell members of the party that President Joe Biden won the election "fair and square."
The California Democrat questioned the extent to which Americans care about the decision that several of the author's books will no longer be published.
The Arizona congressman said he wanted to reach a wider audience of young conservatives who are "becoming a bigger force."
Democrats have paved the way for a vote that will allow the plan to pass without amendments to accommodate fiscally conservative Republicans who oppose its price tag.
The former president launched a scathing attack on the Senate minority leader, branding him a "dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack."
On Twitter, people responded negatively to a response McCarthy gave to a question in an interview airing Sunday.
"They're at home. They could have a trial on Friday," the Democratic congressman said, referring to the Senate.
"We ask you to open an immediate criminal investigation into the President," the two members of Congress wrote in their criminal referral.
The Democratic lawmaker from California said President Donald Trump should veto the stimulus package and took aim at the Treasury Secretary.
"What a small, scared President we have had," one Democrat representative tweeted. "Better days ahead."