"Line 'em up against the wall and shoot them. That's what you do with them," Rick Wiles said.
Pennsylvania state Senator Doug Mastriano has opposed pandemic restrictions and criticized people wearing masks.
Trump's favorability rating record was 49 percent, according to Gallup. Biden's now stands at 55 percent.
Representative Denver Riggleman said it's "repugnant" that thousands of people who have taken an oath to the Constitution are being "disparaged" by Trump and his allies.
"We're working with the Biden administration—likely administration—on both the transition and the inauguration as if we're moving forward," said Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri.
"You can do something that's really destructive," retired Admiral Michael Mullen, who was appointed as chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by former President George W. Bush, said.
"We don't want to frighten people but that's just the reality," Dr. Anthony Fauci said regarding the trajectory of the pandemic.
"This is total fraud," the president insisted without providing any new evidence to support his unfounded claims.
"If the Trump campaign doesn't stop losing, the Cleveland Browns are gonna sue them for trademark infringement," John Fetterman said.
"The president's attacks on our democracy continues to be appalling," Congresswoman Lucy McBath said.
"Terrorists murdered an eminent Iranian scientist today," Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said.
"For hydroxychloroquine, the side effects may occur in the first month after the start of treatment," the European Medicines Agency said.
Biden COVID adviser Dr. Celine Gounder pointed out that healthcare workers are "already exhausted" after fighting the pandemic for months.
"If you take away the edges—it's a circle. So just erase them Katie," Senator Warren tells Congresswoman Porter in a new video.
"The stock market is not the economy," the progressive senator from Vermont tweeted.
Senator John Barrasso said that Trump "was blockaded" by Democrats "every step along the way to get his people and this Cabinet nominated."
Brad Raffensperger wrote that elections need to be "run fairly," but suggested "some don't seem to see it that way."
"I'm a Republican for as long as I'm a Republican and Donald Trump will never represent anything I believe in or stand for as a Republican," former GOP chair Michael Steele told Newsweek. "Because he's not a Republican. He's not a conservative."
Representative-elect Nicole Malliotakis of New York expressed optimism that some Democrats would "join us" in opposing progressive policies.
"We know that the next stimulus needs to be big, immediate and direct, and lasting until the economy recovers," the economists wrote in an open letter.
"Our party needs to be better than giving credence to these insane conspiracy theories," Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois tweeted.
"It is now time for the rest of the Republican leadership to put politics aside and insist that President Trump cease his dilatory and anti-democratic efforts," the former GOP officials wrote.
"A refusal by the board to certify the results now would risk disenfranchising the state's voters—an unconscionable outcome antithetical to American democracy," attorney Benjamin Ginsburg wrote.
"This is a distraction at this point," Gabriel Sterling said, voicing frustration over the criticism Republican officials in his state have received.
Earlier on Sunday, Hogan said he was "embarrassed" that more people aren't challenging the president's false claims about the election results.
"This is silly stuff," the Fox News correspondent said, calling Giuliani's and Powell's press conference a "circus."
"I'd rather have a president that has more than one day to prepare," Senator Kevin Kramer of North Dakota said Sunday.
The Republican former New Jersey governor described Trump attorney Sidney Powell's conduct as "outrageous."
The last time Australia saw more shark attack deaths than this year was in 1929.
"The farce set in motion when the loser of this year's presidential election petulantly refused to acknowledge the voters' verdict has run its course," the editorial board of the Detroit Free Press wrote.