The product reportedly contains silver particles in its solution, but nano silver is not generally recognized by qualified experts as a safe or effective COVID-19 treatment, the DOJ said.
Loeffler tweeted a video of rival Raphael Warnock giving a sermon in October 2016, calling his rhetoric "disgusting and offensive."
"I don't know even know if I agree with it, but that happens sometimes," Pete Hegseth told viewers.
The virus has flourished to unprecedented heights in the country this month, with the U.S. reporting 184,514 new cases and 1,431 deaths on November 13.
The Democrats "actually got their a** kicked" in 2016, Trump said at a July 2018 rally in Great Falls, Montana. "306 to 223, that's a pretty good shellacking."
French President Emmanuel Macron's statement comes days after the U.S. secretary of state raised eyebrows by claiming there would be a "smooth transition to a second Trump administration."
"There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised," the committees' statement reads.
"To put these new data in perspective, Wisconsin is now seeing more average cases per day than New York City did at the peak of its surge last spring," a state health official said.
Kory Langhofer, one of the campaign's lawyers, appeared in court to argue a lawsuit filed last week in a Maricopa County court alleging that some poll workers "incorrectly rejected" in-person ballots on Election Day.
"We know that when there's a recount, sometimes the person who's ahead goes up even more," Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said. "So you can't assume that a recount will favor Donald Trump."
"We had thousands and thousands of voters through there every day," the board's director said. "People who requested mail-in and absentee ballots were walking in their applications and then walking in their ballots also."
"I think we should give no quarter to any Cabinet appointment," Phillip Agnew said while speaking during an event Monday night.
"State and local officials and poll workers throughout the country really stepped up. And there have been very few complaints about how this election was run," said Ellen Weintraub, an FEC commissioner, on Saturday.
While President Donald Trump won support from eight out of every 10 white evangelical Christian voters, Catholics were split nearly down the middle between him and Biden.
In 2015, President Donald Trump said the late Senator John McCain, a U.S. Navy veteran and former POW, was "not a war hero."
The media networks based their projections on Biden winning Pennsylvania, the state he was born in.
The majority of respondents (43 percent) said they were still unsure about what the outcome of the election would be.
Trump is not the only presidential candidate who has received a massive increase in followers this week. Joe Biden gained 2,174,875 followers on Twitter in the same time frame.
"Yes, Biden's ahead by 1,585 votes. But that could change in the next few days, given the universal votes that are out there," a Georgia elections official said.
"Even if [Trump] loses this election, he will be able to continue playing an outsized role in American politics," the article read. "A squatter who settles into the people's consciousness."
Michael Whately criticized the North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) for allegedly "refusing" to put out the numbers of outstanding provisional and absentee ballots that would confirm the president's win.
McCaskill, who lost her U.S. Senate seat to Republican Josh Hawley, said Democrats had alienated some voters because of cultural issues, including gay marriage.
All eyes are on Nevada at the moment, as its six electoral votes would clinch Biden's claim to the presidency.
Elections officials in both Georgia and Nevada claimed they would be ready to report an updated vote total by noon Eastern on Thursday, but that deadline has come and gone.
"We want every vote to count, cause our vote is our voice," the chaplain said. "Things are secure on the inside, but of course we have intimidating efforts on the outside, but we're not deterred."
Ballots cast in these states will ultimately determine which candidate claims the White House. All four saw increases in their numbers of registered voters ahead of the election.
The event will feature the president's son Eric Trump, former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and two Trump campaign senior advisers, Lara Trump and Corey Lewandowski.
Elections officials in these states have offered varying predictions of when their unofficial vote totals will come in, with some stating it could take several days.
It is a higher percentage than the 1960 election of John F. Kennedy over Richard Nixon.
Harrison raised a record-breaking $131 million by October 14, prompting Graham to beg Fox News viewers for donations.