Kinzinger said that not a single conservative can be called a conservative. "This is crazy."

Kinzinger and Cheney are both leaving Congress in January. While other Republicans were critical of the idea of the Constitution being set aside, they wouldn't say if they'd vote for Trump again.

Turner said it was not consistent with the oath he took. I don't agree with the statement that Trump has made.

Turner wouldn't say that Trump's comments were disqualifying when it came to his presidential candidacy.

Turner said there is a political process that needs to move forward.

On his own social media platform Saturday morning, Trump made a false claim that there was widespread fraud in the 2020 election and argued that unprecedented measures were needed to get him back to office.

All rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution, can be terminated because of a Massive Fraud, according to Trump.

The Biden administration called Trump's statement "anathema to the soul of our nation"

On ABC's "This Week," Dave Joyce said that he would support whoever the Republican nominee was.

Joyce said that Trump doesn't have the power to suspend the constitution. You have to look at it in a different way. I can't be chasing every crazy statement that comes out about a candidate.

After Republicans won the majority in the House last month, Joyce and Mike said they didn't think voters wanted to look backwards.

On CNN's "State of the Union", Trump's "termination" was mentioned, but Lawler didn't like it. As Trump seeks the presidency again, he urged him to focus on the future.

Democrats accused Trump of reflecting a bigger problem within the GOP.

Hakeem Jeffries said on "This Week" that the Republicans will have to work out their issues with the former president.

He didn't think Trump's statement was unexpected.

We are used to extraordinary statements being made by the former president and suspending the constitution is an extraordinary step.

Donald Trump has become like the crazy uncle down at Mar-a-Lago, saying things which make no sense in America democracy, according to Rep. David Cicilline.

Cicilline said that Trump's remarks are just the latest in a long line of troubling remarks.

He said it was the most recent attack by the former president.

Democrats pointed to the quiet reaction from the other side. Schumer called Trump "out of control" and said "everyone" should condemn him.

The lead figure in Trump's first impeachment trial called out "so-called 'constitutional conservatives'" for not speaking out against him.

When it is inconvenient, aconstitutional conservative is one who supports the constitution.

Kevin McCarthy, who is seeking to become the next speaker of the House, was sympathetic to the underlying assertions at the heart of Trump's.

It was just a few weeks before the election. Remember how close the election was.

Trump was criticized on his dinner last month with antisemitic white nationalist Nick Fuentes and rapper Ye. Turner said that he was amazed that antisemitism still had to be condemned.

Former Vice President Mike Pence said on "Fox News Sunday" that they need to make it clear that they reject antisemitism. The question is for the American people to decide, according to the vice president.

Even if they took issue with the dinner itself, GOP lawmakers have mostly refrained from condemning Trump for the meeting. Some Republicans objected to additional antisemitic comments made by Ye.

The vice president said that Trump should apologize for meeting with the man.

Netanyahu said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that he doesn't think Trump's refusal to condemn antisemitic behavior will become "systemic."

Netanyahu said that he believed he understood that it crossed a line.