Eric Swalwell

The GOP lawmaker got a blunt reminder of his own past.
"Tucker attacks me. His fans respond with threats to kill my family. And Tucker knows exactly what he’s doing," said the California Democrat.
Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell fired off an especially brutal reply to Jordan, who helped incite the Capitol riot.
The Department of Justice said the Alabama Republican's speech before the Capitol attack was "not within the scope" of his employment.
"I'm just not that into you," quipped the lawmaker.
Rep. Mo Brooks, who spoke at the Trump rally before the attack, claims he did it only because the White House asked him to.
When Rep. Andrew Clyde ran into Michael Fanone, who was beaten by rioters on Jan. 6, he wouldn't shake his hand, according to two other congressmen.
Using the Justice Department to gather private information about members of Congress carried echoes of Nixon during Watergate.
According to reports, ex-President Donald Trump’s Justice Department seized information on two key House Democrats.
The Alabama Republican spent months evading the Capitol riot suit filed by Rep. Eric Swalwell.
A judge said Rep. Eric Swalwell could have more time to serve Rep. Mo Brooks a lawsuit, but refused to allow U.S. Marshals to aid in his quest.
"I've just frankly had enough with these marauding goons in the Marjorie Taylor Greene crowd," said the Democrat, who admitted using some "choice" language.
The new suit adds to Trump’s significant post-presidency legal woes.
Fox News cut off a trial manager, as he was providing video evidence giving an inside look at the violence at the Capitol during Trump's impeachment trial.
House impeachment managers presented previously unseen video and audio recordings of the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
“You don’t actually have to commit the violence yourself, but if you call others to violence, that itself is a crime," said the California Democrat.
Rep. Louie Gohmert, who believes women should be forced to carry unwanted pregnancies to term, is suddenly all about (his) freedom of choice.
Trump is shown playing golf, holding rallies and attending the Daytona 500 in the new spot released by Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell's PAC.
Chris Evans, Alyssa Milano and Mark Hamill joined conservatives, lawmakers and others in calling out the president's coronavirus comments.
The president claimed the network "panders" to the left by having "loser" Democratic lawmakers Eric Swalwell, David Cicilline and Pramila Jayapal on air.