Prominent conspiracy theorists are sharing messages about returning to D.C. with guns and physically removing Joe Biden.
The 34-year-old said he had "brought shame upon myself" in storming the Capitol and sitting in Vice President Mike Pence's chair.
"You should be expelled," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) tweeted to Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) on Thursday.
Officials have just 13 days to fortify the Capitol grounds before Joe Biden will be sworn in as president on the very stage that pro-Trump rioters stormed with ease.
After photos of Maus and Pink sitting in a hotel room together appeared on Instagram, fans demanded to know why the musicians appeared to attend the Save America rally in Washington, D.C., on January 6.
The mass riot that took place at the U.S. Capitol this week as members of Congress were meeting to certify the presidential election is prompting additional security measures for the January 20 inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
The president is "the leader of the violence and chaos at the Capitol.... Enough is enough," the petition says.
Dozens of Democrats, including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, have called for the swift removal of Trump from office, whether by the 25th Amendment or impeachment. Only two GOP lawmakers have so far said the same.
A number of lawmakers have publicly called on the vice president to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove Trump from office.
The Illinois lawmaker described the siege of the Capitol complex by a pro-Trump mob as "a wakeup call" to install a new "sane captain of the ship." A second Republican later followed suit to support immediately ousting the president.
"Our first priority in aviation safety and security is to keep any problems on the ground. Some of the people who traveled in our planes yesterday participated in the insurrection at the Capitol today," the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), President Sara Nelson wrote in a statement.
"The legacy of the president was ruined yesterday," the former Trump administration official said.
"I love this building, tonight more than ever," the Democrat said in a Tweet.
The RefuseFascism group, which is planning rallies across the country, has warned that "even a failed coup is to be taken seriously."
The far-right group who were buoyed by Donald Trump's presidency were among those taking part in the attack on D.C.
The CNN anchor gave his assessment of the tenure of President Donald Trump after the scenes of the chaos in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Hawley condemned the violence that occurred but said Congress needed to address concerns Americans had nationwide about the validity of the election.
Several Republicans said they would no longer reject the Electoral College certification of Joe Biden's win, an effort that was politically motivated by baseless accusations by President Trump and his allies of voter fraud.
"I didn't steal it," rioter Richard "Bigo" Barnett said about the envelope he took from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office. "I bled on it."
The fiery rebuke was meant to be a floor speech given as Congress congregated earlier in the day for a joint session to certify Biden's victory. However, a pro-Trump mob who took over the Capitol forced him to instead release a statement.
"Their actions are repugnant to democracy," the Republican senator said of the pro-Trump demonstrators.
While the longshot Democratic feat was bitter news for the GOP, Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock ousting GOP Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler did offer a silver lining for at least one Republican: President Donald Trump.
There was an armed standoff that occurred as U.S. Capitol Police barricaded the front doors of the House chamber to protect those inside while Trump supporters attempted to bust down the doors.
"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.
Washington is under a citywide curfew until Thursday morning.
The chaotic scene unfolded as Congress began the process of certifying the presidential election results.
During a rally on Wednesday, Trump bashed the Supreme Court and told supporters that "we will never concede," as Congress meets to officially certify the results of the 2020 election.
Federal officers used pepper spray and batons on Trump supporters trying to storm the Capitol building.
Young said he will uphold his constitutional duty to vote to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election even though he wished President Donald Trump won re-election.