Donald Trump is more popular than GOP senators contesting key races in Iowa, Montana, North Carolina and South Carolina.
The president's average approval rating has stagnated at around 43 percent since the start of the month.
The Democratic Senate candidate said Graham has "realized he's going to lose" when votes are counted on November 3.
The host of Tucker Carlson Tonight said there was "nothing" judges would like more than to delay the outcome of the presidential race.
Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are both leading their Democratic challengers by single digits.
The conservative author said policing was "being confused with criminality" by protesters rallying against the grand jury ruling.
The Senate minority leader said McConnell would "hurt his party" by trying to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant Supreme Court seat.
The president refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he fail to win a second term in the White House.
The Democratic state leader also said it was "deeply disturbing" to hear the top Trump administration official's comments.
The Bush administration aide Elise Jordan argued that Trump would "love nothing more" than public focus on his SCOTUS nomination.
Republican Senate candidate Lauren Witzke also dubbed her Democratic rival Chris Coons a "baby killer" on Sunday.
Steve Hilton also pushed for Democratic nominee Joe Biden to reveal who he would nominate to the Supreme Court.
An exclusive poll for Newsweek found that half of all registered voters believed Trump would be able to revive the U.S. economy.
Arizona Sen. Martha McSally was 8 points behind Democratic candidate Mark Kelly in the same week he had to apologize for a racist joke.
The president's former communications director said his old boss had alienated a "tremendous" amount of voters.
The attorney general was criticised by several public figures after he said lockdown rules were the biggest challenge to personal freedoms other than slavery.
New polling data shows voters believe Biden and Harris are more "moderate" than Trump and Pence, despite the incumbent's attack ads.
The federal judge said there was a clear need to "mitigate the risks of appearing in person to vote."
The ex-GOP official said he was "exhausted" by people refusing to adhere to COVID-19 rules amid the ongoing pandemic.
The Arkansas Republican said Biden had defended his support for permanently awarding China favored nation status 20 years ago.
The president told a rally crowd that he would bring an end to the "radical indoctrination" of students in his second term.
The president's supported booed and shouted "USA" as protesters unfurled a "Black Lives Matter" flag on Sunday night.
The veteran journalist said the president had "repeatedly" told him that he had no idea how close the U.S. and North Korea were to conflict.
Governor Kate Brown told reporters that she had requested trained firefighters from the Department of Defense.
The vice president claimed he had not "given any thought" to events beyond the 2020 presidential election.
The president told supporters that the U.S. had done the "best job" of any major country as infections topped 6.3 million.
The House speaker said the president was "fully aware of the catastrophic nature" of COVID-19 and "hid the facts."
Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina is 10 points behind Cal Cunningham with less than two months to go until election day.
John Brennan said Trump would quit the White House "if he had a soul or a conscience" in the wake of details from Woodward's book.