The 10 G.O.P. lawmakers who voted to impeach Donald Trump face angry primary voters and challengers inspired or endorsed by the former president. So far, only one has given up on re-election.
One thing should be clear to conservatives estranged from the Republican Party: We can’t go home again.
The former president backed Harriet Hageman in the race to unseat Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming, who voted to impeach him and has accused him of undermining democracy.
The move was unusual in the House, where the majority party typically gives such roles to one of its own. The Wyoming Republican has been a vocal critic of Donald J. Trump.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to offer a slot to the Wyoming Republican was an effort to bring a veneer of bipartisanship to an investigation the G.O.P. has denounced as one-sided.
With all but two Republicans voting no, the House created a select committee, controlled by Democrats, to scrutinize the security failures and root causes that contributed to the Capitol riot.
The top Democrat had signaled for weeks that she would take matters into her own hands after Republicans blocked an independent bipartisan commission to scrutinize the storming of the Capitol.
Dick Cheney always saw doomsday threats from America’s enemies. His daughter is in a lonely battle against what both see as a danger to American democracy: Donald J. Trump.
Some alarm is understandable. The progressive sense of certain doom is not.
How left, center and right hope to keep our ex-president in check.
Insurrection? What insurrection?
The party’s base is in thrall to a leader who led it to defeat.
Nicole Hemmer explains how right-wing media and minoritarian politics are shaping the G.O.P.
The representative from Wyoming embodies a different kind of Republican female power player tradition.
Inside the G.O.P., Trump is only getting stronger. What about outside?
The party’s cancel mob runs wild on Capitol Hill.
The idea of a conservative anti-Trump party gained publicity this week — but the threat remains hollow.
Once a moderate, Representative Elise Stefanik of New York, the party’s new No. 3 in the House, tacked to the right as her party and district rallied behind Donald J. Trump.
Liz Cheney’s ouster showed that the G.O.P. is still at war with democracy.
John A. Boehner showed that a comeback from the political wilderness is possible.
Republicans are scheduled to meet Friday morning to select Ms. Cheney’s replacement as chair of the House Republican Conference.
In a heavily Republican state, their lone congresswoman’s defiance of the former president is unpopular. But some residents still stick up for her. “She told the truth!” one proclaimed.
The Republican Party has abandoned democracy and is posing a bigger threat.
The meeting produced little progress, underscoring the political challenge for President Biden as he seeks to exploit the narrowest of majorities in Congress to revive the country’s economy.
As the party ties itself ever tighter to Trumpism, some Republicans worry about the implications for 2022 and far beyond. “I don’t think it’s a healthy moment for the party,” said one congressman.
The Wyoming Republican gave an unrepentant final speech warning her colleagues that Donald J. Trump was leading them toward “destruction.” They booed and kicked her out.
Readers praise her courage in repudiating “the big lie,” though one cautions that if doing so is seen as extraordinary, “we are setting the bar a bit low.”
The Republican Party is not done degrading itself.
Liz Cheney is expected to be ousted from the Republican leadership. What does this say about current requirements for party leaders?
“Remaining silent and ignoring the lie emboldens the liar,” Ms. Cheney said.
Wednesday’s House leadership vote is one step among many that will hurt America.
Representative Liz Cheney has refrained from campaigning to save her Republican leadership post, saying it is not worth having if it requires her to lie.
“We need to be united,” said the Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, who worked behind the scenes for days on behalf of Representative Elise Stefanik of New York.
Some political questions defy any easy answer.
Vice wasn’t something she always worried about.
The vilification of Liz Cheney and a bizarre vote recount in Arizona showed the damage from his assault on a bedrock of democracy: election integrity.
We spoke with our congressional reporter Catie Edmondson about the young New York lawmaker in line to replace Liz Cheney.
After years of fighting in the party trenches, a G.O.P. insider is being pushed out.
Republicans say Liz Cheney, their No. 3, is being targeted because she won’t stay quiet about Donald J. Trump’s election lies. Her would-be replacement is campaigning on them.
House Republicans were lobbying to replace Representative Liz Cheney, who has vocally called out Donald J. Trump’s lies, with Representative Elise Stefanik, who has embraced them.
Doing the right thing now doesn’t erase your past.
Representative Liz Cheney, Republican of Wyoming, defended her views on her party’s behavior and Donald J. Trump in an essay published in The Washington Post.
Sometimes what we are most devoted to are our biggest mistakes.
Respect for election integrity is now a disqualifier for membership in the Republican Party.
The Wyoming congresswoman challenged Republicans to turn away from Trump after Jan. 6. Instead, they turned on her.
The lawmakers, who encouraged their followers to protest in Washington on Jan. 6, have capitalized on the riot to draw huge campaign donations.
Angry at his critics in the party and seeking to keep his options for raising money open, the former president is trying to take charge of the online fund-raising juggernaut he helped create.
In his first public appearance since leaving office, Donald J. Trump also planned to assert that there were no divisions in his party, according to excerpts of his speech, even as he plotted vindication against his enemies.
At CPAC on Saturday, the focus was on praise for Mr. Trump in advance of his speech there on Sunday.
At an annual gathering of conservatives, devotees of Donald J. Trump pledged their fealty to him and issued grave warnings about the political left.