The president and his eldest children have been spoken of as potential presidential candidates next time round.
The president's vote haul places him in the position of being a continued influence on the Republican Party, with speculation mounting of him being given another chance to run for office.
The president and his team continue to pursue support for his last-ditch efforts to change the outcome, despite continued setbacks in their push against Joe Biden's success.
The president has thus far refused to accept defeat and continues to insist Joe Biden's success comes as a result of foul play, despite having no evidence to substantiate that.
The president's children have been touted as potential successors should he not choose to run himself again in the future.
Bill Owens has said Donald Trump should "accede to the wishes of the electorate" as the president continues to rally against the election outcome.
The attorney has been sidelined despite having appeared at a recent Trump campaign press conference and having been listed as part of a "truly great team" by the president.
President Donald Trump has questioned President-elect Joe Biden moving forward with such actions, as he continues to question the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
The civil rights activist spoke of a need to address the racial disparity in the impact of COVID-19, as he spoke of vaccines needing to be rolled out in an equal manner.
The Republican Georgia Senator is running to be re-elected to her seat, facing competition in a runoff vote.
Speculation President Donald Trump could make another White House bid has grown as he continues to mount legal actions against the 2020 election outcome.
President Donald Trump and his allies are continuing to push against the election outcome, pursuing actions in several states.
Sen. Patrick Toomey (R-PA) made the comments after the Trump campaign's latest legal set back in Pennsylvania.
The Vermont senator has called for further financial boosts to support people nationwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CARES Act was signed by the president nearly 8 months ago, with no further stimulus package having yet been agreed.
Joe Biden's team has not been granted access to further federal resources to facilitate the move into power, with President Trump continuing to dispute the election outcome.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) is one of few Republican lawmakers to acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden's election win, putting him in President Donald Trump's firing line as he continues to dispute the outcome.
The CARES Act was signed nearly eight months ago, before an ongoing stalemate in the bid to secure a further bipartisan relief package.
President Trump continues to push his calls of foul play in the election, insisting he would be victorious if only votes he deems to have been legally cast are counted.
With Biden's victory in the state secure, Democrats will shift focus to the Senate runoff races as they look to challenge the Republican incumbents.
The California governor has faced scrutiny for his attendance at the birthday of a friend, who is also a registered lobbyist.
The Republican Senator, one of the few GOP lawmakers to acknowledge Joe Biden's election success, spoke of issues he felt could arise between now and January 20.
The Senate majority leader has faced criticism over a delay in agreeing a further relief package amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Donald Trump has criticized the "lamestream media" for declaring Joe Biden the victor and continued his claims of foul play.
Biden has said celebrations should be limited, with the number of people involved capped due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Around 160 million direct payments have been made after the CARES Act was signed, though there are still eligible people yet to register for funds.
The Democrat is set to take office during a period of turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the economy.
President-elect Biden has started planning to move into the White House, despite President Trump's refusal to concede the election.
The president has hit out at Georgia's governor as he continues to push his allegations of irregularities in the election outcome in the state.
The Senate majority leader highlighted Republicans' desire for a "targeted rescue package" amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.