The senator said he transferred the funds from his own re-election campaign coffers.
Public health experts had advised the American people not to travel for Thanksgiving where possible.
The anti-Trump super PAC said some Republicans were "waiting in the wings to dismantle" American democracy after Trump's election loss.
The Florida representative also said China had become "more ambitious" as the U.S. was "messing around" in the Middle East.
The lawyer baselessly claimed Senator Kelly Loeffler would have lost to Doug Collins were it not for an alleged conspiracy.
Several political advisers, media personalities and other public figures have openly criticized the party.
The senator told a local news outlet that any relief would likely arrive after the Thanksgiving holidays.
The president's daughter-in-law said Trump was "just sitting back" as a legal process is played out.
The vice president will appear at two "Defend the Majority" events on Friday afternoon.
The Delaware senator said he was "gravely concerned" about an "abrupt" withdrawal from the countries at a think tank event in 2019.
The Republican senator said his Democratic colleague wore a mask as he spoke to signal "fake virtue."
The former vice presidential candidate called Obama the master of "personal destruction" politics.
The Vermont senator also railed against companies who "throw American workers out on the street."
The Democratic state leader said governors had a responsibility to "save lives" amid the pandemic.
Trump hit an average approval rating of 45 percent more than a week after Election Day.
The former president also took aim at Republicans refusing to call on Trump to concede.
The Republican senator said Democrats would "change the rules" so they could do "anything they want."
The Vermont senator called for a "real stimulus package" paying working class households $2,000 a month.
The French president said Biden's win was proof that world leaders had to "stand firm against all the headwinds."
Mark Milley also said servicemembers did not take an oath to "a king or queen, or tyrant or dictator."
The Democratic Senate candidate is 4 points behind Senator David Perdue in a new poll.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution said the senators had "offered no specifics" in their attack on the elections.
The former national security adviser also said Trump's decision to fire Mark Esper was "utterly unjustified."
The president's niece, who wrote a tell-all memoir about him, said the failure to acknowledge Biden's win could "never be forgotten."
The letter signed by 37 lawmakers said the bases honored "traitors" who fought for slavery.
The campaign has dismissed its own appeal so that a settlement could be submitted at the district court.
The secretary of state said his team was preparing for the "smooth transition" to a second Trump administration.
The latest Associated Press tally says that 16 House races have yet to be called from last week's U.S. Election.
The campaign said it would file a suit if the Republican secretary of state took no action.