The president is expected to issue a large number of pardons during his last full day in the White House.
"He was adorable," Ryan said. "And there was another adorable girl there, too, and they ended up getting together, darn it."
Trump signed an order on Monday lifting some COVID-19 travel bans. A spokesperson for Biden immediately said the incoming Administration does not intend to do that.
In a letter on Sunday, Nancy Pelosi demanded that acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller stop his plans to install Michael Ellis, an allegedly "unqualified" Trump loyalist, as the NSA General Counsel.
"You should sit this one out," former Democratic presidential hopeful Julián Castro wrote.
"Now more than ever, we need an experienced, competent, organized, and respected Secretary of Defense," the officials said.
"Andrew's commitment to a basic income is why I'm endorsing him," Martin Luther King III said, emphasizing that his father supported the idea.
"We're continually going through the process, and taking second, third looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation," one official said.
"You need a spark and that spark has to be charismatic," Philip Mudd said. "... they could spark a revolutionary movement."
The senator had bemoaned "cancel culture" after facing a backlash following the violence of January 6.
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the inauguration and traditional parade following the ceremony will have limited attendance.
Reports indicate Biden will rescind the permit for the controversial pipeline on his first day in office.
The CNN poll shows that just 19 percent of Republicans believe the President-Elect's victory is legitimate as Donald Trump and his supporters continue to peddle claims of widespread voter fraud.
The president became the first commander-in-chief to be impeached twice following the violence of January 6.
Calls have been growing for GOP senators Hawley and Cruz to resign or be expelled after pro-Trump rioters attacked the Capitol on January 6.
Only small protests materialized outside statehouses nationwide on Sunday, with authorities bracing for violence ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration.
"We're continually going through the process, and taking second, third looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation," Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said.
Since the election, Lindell has repeatedly insisted that Trump will remain president despite losing to Biden.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said it was House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's "job to provide Capitol security."
A former Colorado state lawmaker filed a lawsuit against Boebert alleging that she violated the First Amendment by blocking constituents on social media.
Since the riot, Maggie Mulvaney and others linked to the "Save American Rally" have attempted to distance themselves from the event.