The fact that so few Republicans were willing to condemn violent rhetoric is just the latest example of how broken the GOP is.
After four years of refusing to hold Donald Trump accountable for his lies, conspiracy theories and hateful rhetoric, Republicans passed up another chance to purge those forces from their ranks Thursday when they overwhelmingly opposed Democrats' efforts to rebuke Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
In a response, a Trump adviser said the former president won't testify.
Unearthed posts showed Greene embracing QAnon and racist conspiracy theories, as well as supporting executing Democrats.
Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) discusses House impeachment managers requesting former President Trump to testify under oath next week.
Eleven House Republicans broke ranks Thursday evening to join Democrats in voting to remove Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments.
The president, during a visit to the State Department, will speak on “reclaiming America’s role in the world,” according to the White House.
Democrats want to cancel Marjorie Taylor Greene Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene spoke out today in her Congressional struggle session before the Democrat-Marxists hold their vote to remove her from her committee assignments. This is an unprecedented move by Democrats to remove Republicans from their committee assignments. If anyone think that the Democrats’ unprecedented actions to…
Rachel Maddow revealed a tweet that Greene posted just four days ago in which the congresswoman spewed QAnon talking points.
Eleven House Republicans joined Democrats to take the conspiracy theory-promoting lawmaker off her committee assignments.
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is facing intense backlash for indicating support for political violence and pushing wild conspiracy theories and extreme anti-Muslim and anti-Semitic comments before she was elected to Congress.
By a 239-199 vote on mostly party lines, the House voted to strip Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of committee assignments. All but 11 Republicans voted to back Greene.
The House voted Thursday evening to remove Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments, a decisive step that comes in the wake of recently unearthed incendiary and violent past statements from the congresswoman that have triggered widespread backlash from Democrats and divided congressional Republicans.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer walked across the House floor with an enlarged photo of a Facebook post from freshman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA). The post features an AR-15 and members of the so-called "Squad." CNN's Ryan Nobles reports.
Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), who's said he may vote this month to convict former President Trump on an article of impeachment, is pushing back against possible retaliation from the Nebraska Republican State Central Committee by warning that his party must choose between “conservatism and madness.”
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