"We don't have a snowball's chance in hell of taking back the majority without Donald Trump," Senator Lindsey Graham said Tuesday.
"For four years, all that's been in the news is Trump," the president said at a CNN town hall. "The next four years, I want to make sure all of the news is the American people.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett said that state-level criminal investigations against former President Donald Trump "will continue to move forward."
Fifty three percent of registered voters said they would vote for Trump in the 2024 GOP primary.
In his first full statement since being impeached by the House, former President Donald Trump said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was "seriously hurting our Country."
Armstrong, Iowa's police chief, mayor and city clerk were indicted Friday on 21 charges, including the allegation that a Taser was used against a civilian in exchange for money.
"Requiring both women and men to register for the selective service is a long overdue next step," read an amicus brief supported by General Michael Hayden.
"Each of these individuals possesses unique and relevant experience, in and out of government, that I know will inform this important effort," Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in a Friday statement.
"Facebook is treating the situation in Myanmar as an emergency," Facebook's Director of Policy for APAC Emerging Countries Rafael Frankel wrote.
Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Williams said former officer Robert Rosen's actions were "in direct contradiction" of the Department's efforts to rebuild trust with citizens.
"The grand jurists voted to no-bill the case," Erie County District Attorney John Flynn told reporters, "which means that they dismissed the case."
Over 100 phones were allegedly sent to Rosanna Lucrecia Cruel Blanco as part of an insurance scam, according to the Department of Justice.
"Our God-given right to protect our country, ourselves and our families shouldn't be up for debate," Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said Thursday.
"I could see the pressure would become great for us to actually have to impeach Biden," California Representative Devin Nunes said Wednesday.
"There are a few things that we need to tighten up," Donald Trump's adviser Jason Miller said of Trump's defense team in the Senate impeachment trial.
"Any time the government is out spending money wildly," Florida Republican Representative Neal Dunn said, "they can actually debauch the currency itself."
"I don't want to see any more violence, and I'm actually scared about what the future holds," Meghan McCain said.
The Wednesday video from The Lincoln Project describes the Capitol rioters as "a mob fed a diet of lies, conspiracy and propaganda, fantasies of stolen elections."
"People are entitled to be idiots," Texas Senator Ted Cruz said Tuesday, "and you know what, in the United States Congress we get a lot of people doing that."
"I thought I knew where it was going," Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters on Tuesday, "and I really didn't know where it was going."
Dominion Voting Services said it had to hire private investigators and cross state lines to find attorney Sidney Powell after filing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against Powell.
In a Tuesday statement, Capitol rioter Jake Angeli said he was "deeply disappointed" in former President Donald Trump.
"Nothing before us proves illegality anywhere near the massive scale, the massive scale that would have tipped the entire election," Mitch McConnell said in January.
Sowell had been found guilty of murdering 11 people and disposing of the bodies on his Columbus, Ohio property.
"The American people are counting on Congress to meet this moment with bold, immediate action," House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard E. Neal said in a Monday statement.
"This is a case that should never have been brought because the dismissed indictment is a clear violation of New York law," said Paul Manafort's lawyer Todd Blanche on Monday.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Monday that some American families affected by COVID-19 "don't have money for a proper funeral and a proper burial. And that is just awful and inhumane."
Attempts by the U.S. State Department to contact deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who is currently detained, were rejected.
If Cynthia Tenney's win is certified by New York election officials, she will become the 30th Republican woman in the House of Representatives.
"I will be appealing the fine and taking whatever action is necessary," Representative Louie Gohmert said, "especially considering this policy is unconstitutional."