“Hell no,” Rep. John Katko of New York told CNN, when asked if he had any regrets for his vote to impeach Trump.

“In eight years in Congress, I probably had a hundred votes that I could have gone either way, and I maybe second-guessed a little bit,” Rep. Tom Rice, the South Carolina Republican who was censured by his state party for his vote, said in an interview. “This is not one of them.”…

“I think our party has to be embracing solutions,” Senate Minority Whip John Thune, the No. 2 Republican in the chamber, told CNN Monday when asked about Cheney’s comments. “I think if we want to speak to the issues that people in this country care about, the longer we’re tied to a personality — a cult of personality — I just don’t think that’s a good durable model for the future. That’s a debate we are going to be having among Republicans both here and around the country.”