Florida is once again at the center of an election storm as candidates file lawsuits and allege voter fraud while their races head for likely recounts.
Republicans are accusing two Florida counties of engaging in voter fraud.
"They're all arm in arm, shoulder to shoulder, saying that it is a conspiracy for every vote to be counted again," Scarborough said of Republicans.
Opposition to Trump and a growing tribal political network converged to bring more native women into politics than ever before.
Florida Governor Rick Scott accused "unethical liberals" of trying to steal the Senate and governor races.
Abrams's campaign filed a new lawsuit Thursday while the Kemp campaign accused his opponent of trying to "steal" the election.
"Thanks for nothing a**holes," Nugent wrote on Facebook to Michigan voters who backed Democrats.
The vote share between the two candidates dwindled to just 0.47 percent Thursday afternoon, within the 0.50 percent threshold to require a machine recount by law.
"The Democrats don't have anybody like him. I've seen all of them. They don't have anyone of his caliber on the national stage," Jeff Roe said.
"She was just doing her job, which was to reclaim the microphone that belongs to the federal government," Conway said.
The latest voter tally shows Brian Kemp leading Stacey Abrams by 63,000 votes, with 100 percent of precincts reporting.
Lucy McBath was a former flight attendant who became a political activist after her son was shot and killed at a Florida gas station in 2012 when he was 17.
The T-shirt was emblazoned with the image of a Confederate flag with a noose in the middle and the words "Mississippi Justice."
"We saw an engaged, plugged-in democratic process at work," Ivanka Trump tweeted.
"One of the things that I think can help heal is the success of our country, and we are really successful. We've gone up $11.7 trillion in worth, and China has come down tremendously," Trump said.
Tlaib, 42, made history, along with Minnesota's Ilhan Omar, as they become the first Muslim women elected to Congress.
Both Alabama and West Virginia have approved measures that could end access to abortion if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Facebook blocked 115 accounts that allegedly attempted to influence the midterm elections.
Now that the Democrats control the House, they may bring greater transparency to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference.