"It seems some just want attention," the Illinois Republican tweeted.
Democrats raised concerns about the future of the GOP as its pro-Trump wing celebrated Rep. Cheney (R-WY) being ousted from her position as House Republican Conference chair.
Liz Cheney is not headed for the political wilderness. She is destined for the history books.
The son of former President Donald Trump also called on the party to oust "CNN and MSDNC" Republicans.
"Unfortunately, over the last four years we had a track record of losing," Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) said Wednesday while speaking about former President Donald Trump's time in the White House. "We need to win going forward."
Three days before the Capitol riot, Trump told his acting defense secretary to protect those who were "executing their constitutionally protected rights."
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.
"I don't think anybody is questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election," McCarthy, a California Republican, told reporters on Wednesday.
Miller told a House Committee on Wednesday he no longer believed Trump's rhetoric was the "unitary" factor in the riot, and that it "seems clear" there was a conspiracy to assault the Capitol.
"I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office," Cheney told reporters.
"I watched her yesterday and realized how bad she is for the Republican Party," Trump said. "She has no personality or anything good having to do with politics or our Country."
Could Cheney, along with other prominent Republicans on the outs with the party because they have withheld fealty to the former president, mount their next election bids as independents—or even form a third party?
"Almost everyone in the Republican Party, including 90% of Wyoming, looks forward to her ouster—and that includes me!" Trump said as House Republicans began voting on whether to keep Cheney in her leadership position.
Liz Cheney has consistently denounced former President Donald Trump's unfounded claims that the 2020 election was "stolen."
Violence in Israel, the worst seen since the 2014 Gaza war, has left at least 36 people dead—five Israelis and 31 Palestinians.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) hired Brian Jack, a key adviser to former President Donald Trump, in March after dialing back his criticism of Trump's role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Cheney shouldn't be "ousted for a vote of confidence," Hutchinson said.
"Under Biden, the world is getting more violent and more unstable because Biden's weakness and lack of support for Israel is leading to new attacks on our allies," Trump claimed in a statement on Tuesday.
Trump criticized former Governor Terry McAuliffe, who is not yet the Democratic nominee, for having "suspicious" deals with China.
Chase, who attended Trump's January 6 rally, charged Democrats with "treason" over the November presidential election.
The "phantom ballots" case in Antrim County is among the last election suits going through the courts, but would not alter results in Trump's favor if proven.
The senator has previously said the Republican Party can't "move forward" without the former president.
Olivia Troye told Joy Reid that Trumpism has "a hold on the country right now" and the prospect was a "horrifying" one.
Mike Lindell made his claims at South Dakota's Corn Palace during a launch rally for his "free speech" social media site, Frank Speech.
GOP Senator Joni Ernst defends Liz Cheney from efforts to unseat her from the No. 3 House Republican post, calling the efforts "cancel culture," and an attempt to "silence others in the party."
The former Defense Department chief said that the insurrection occurred because of Trump's "Stop the Steal" rally and speech beforehand.