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‘Liar, liar, pants on fire!’: Republicans bring out posters to mock Michael Cohen during his congressional testimony
Republican members brought out posters mocking Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former fixer, with messages like "Liar, liar, pants on fire!"
‘Shame on you, Mr. Jordan’: Michael Cohen snaps at Trump loyalist Jim Jordan during heated Congressional testimony
Rep. Jim Jordan ripped into Michael Cohen during his congressional testimony on Wednesday, accusing Cohen of taking revenge on Trump.
Michael Cohen’s testimony got off to a heated start with two of Trump’s key GOP allies attempting to derail the proceedings
GOP Rep. Mark Meadows contended Cohen broke the rules by submitting his testimony late and said there wasn't enough time to review the evidence
Here are the partisan lawmakers to watch on both the left and right when Michael Cohen gives his highly anticipated public testimony before Congress
The Oversight Committee is chock full of far-right and far-left members of Congress, some known for making a big show and grilling witnesses.
"Davis’s role as consigliere for the Clintons and those close to them raises the specter his client loyalties may be divided," they wrote.
Mark Meadows doesn’t ‘anticipate’ running for another term as chairman of powerful conservative Freedom Caucus
"I don't anticipate doing that," Meadows told INSIDER on Tuesday when asked if he would seek another term. "But I don't know."
A powerful group of conservatives that sprung out of the Tea Party is one of the biggest losers of the midterm elections
The House Freedom Caucus has never been in Congress during a Democratic majority and will see a major shift in how they conduct business.
"Censorship needs to be addressed if social media companies are going to live up to their promise of making us better informed and better connected," McCarthy wrote.
"So you’ve got this frustration of members that they can’t offer amendments, which is a problem for them personally, then you’ve got the committee chairmen that are disempowered, but then the way that you run this, the whole body is disempowered really," Brandon said.
"Should the American people entrust us with the majority again in the 116th Congress, I plan to run for Speaker of the House to bring real change to the House of Representatives."