Rep. Kinzinger also said that "democracy will be in real trouble" if the narrative about peaceful protests on January 6th persists.
Just last week, Trump said his supporters would not vote in the 2022 or 2024 elections unless the GOP backs him on his baseless election fraud claims.
Steve Bannon told Marjorie Taylor Greene he "vehemently" opposed the idea of a "national divorce," after the congresswoman posted a Twitter poll.
Georgia Rep. Greene used her testimony on behalf of Lt. Col Scheller to call for the impeachment of President Biden, which the judge ruled as irrelevant.
Lin Wood told Insider that he and Greene were no longer "aligned" in trying to overturn the 2020 election results.
Greene was protesting the benching of Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving, who will be kept off the court until he gets the COVID-19 vaccine.
Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of killing two people at a BLM protest last year, has become a symbol for right-wing gun-rights advocates.
The Nebraska Republican expressed frustration at being asked about statements by other Congress members. "I don't give a shit," he said.
The far-right congresswoman confronted Democrats on the steps outside the House chamber after the passage of a Democratic bill to protect abortion.
The Georgia lawmaker said that her GOP colleagues need to get their "asses in gear" and impeach President Joe Biden to win elections.
Letters sent by House Republicans claim that the telecom companies have no legal authority to turn over records to the Jan. 6 select committee.
The House panel investigating the Capitol riot had asked telecommunications companies to preserve the metadata of Republicans' messages.
Gaetz, who's under federal investigation for alleged sex trafficking, says Trump likes that he and Greene are "keeping the band in tune."
The former president described the controversial Georgia lawmaker as one of his "favorite" people while speaking at a rally in Cullman, Alabama.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a major Wyoming tourist destination and Patagonia's largest single customer in the area.
The lawmaker from Georgia has repeatedly spread coronavirus misinformation - and is temporarily suspended from Twitter for it.
The Republican lawmaker got booted after she wrote on Twitter on Monday that COVID-19 vaccines are "failing." Twitter labeled the tweet as misleading.