"Some have said that if Satan criticized Donald Trump, his approval would go up. Now with Dick Cheney, we can really test that theory," one Twitter user noted.
The former vice president and his daughter, Rep. Liz Cheney, were the only Republicans who attended a moment of silence on the House floor in honor of the victims of the attack.
The Republican congresswoman said the challenge now is whether citizens will do their duty and “defend the Constitution and stand for truth.”
The Fox News personality insisted Cheney wasn't "canceled" for refusing to bend the knee to ex-President Donald Trump's election conspiracies.
House Republicans overwhelmingly rebuffed a rebellion by hard-right conservatives to toss Rep. Cheney over her vote last month to impeach Trump.
Republicans are wrestling over how to handle a bipartisan outcry against Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and how to handle Rep. Liz Cheney, who voted to impeach Trump.
At least five Republicans have said they would join Democrats to impeach Trump for the second time.
Dr. Jonathan Reiner called on the president and vice president to follow 9/11 protocol amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"Tell him he's a dick," was the message Cheney passed along to Bale after the actor played him in a movie.
The comedian was hoping for a murder confession during his 2018 "Who is America?" interview with the NFL player.