"Masks work? NO," Scott Atlas tweeted Saturday, followed by misrepresentations of the science behind the effectiveness of masks in battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico came to encapsulate his nationalist, anti-immigration message on the campaign trail in 2016, but the president has not delivered.
Biden's stance on transgender rights have irked some conservatives, but rights groups have praised his commitment to enacting protections for the community.
"Last week, Biden, he attacked Christopher Columbus by refusing to recognize Columbus Day, and he wants to change the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day.... Not as long as I'm president," Donald Trump said.
"This is exactly the rhetoric that has put me, my family, and other government officials' lives in danger," Whitmer said after Trump called for her to be locked up.
A record 32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in the election, which exceeds the number of Black eligible voters for the first time.
Nationwide polling continues to place Democratic candidate Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump with just 17 days remaining until Election Day.
President Donald Trump called Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse the "least effective" Republican in the Senate and said he presents a "liability to the Republican Party."
"One, President Trump's rallies pack people close together," said a Wisconsin doctor. "Two, his rallies give him a bullhorn to spread misinformation..."
Voter turnout in Georgia was by Friday 134 percent higher than it was five days into early voting in 2016, according to state officials.
The rapper and actor has been recently criticized over his political position.
As of Saturday morning, 2,423,573 people had sent in ballots, a majority of them Democrats.
"The light at the end of the tunnel is near. We are rounding the turn," Trump told a group of fans Friday at an event in Fort Myers, Florida. "Don't listen to the cynics and angry partisans and pessimists."
Joe Biden's campaign reported about $135 million more in September fundraising gains than President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.
A day before Trump's visit to Wisconsin, a local Republican county executive revealed that he'd tested positive for COVID-19.
Mayor Regina Romero called on Trump to "lead by example" and follow ordinances requiring people to wear masks and maintain social distancing.
With the presidential election just over two weeks away, several players and coaches have thrown their weight behind the president and the Democratic candidate.
The president's plea to his "people" may increase the belligerence of armed militia members, but voting-rights advocates are ready to fight back.
After Trump mocked the Democratic contender at his rally in Macon, Georgia, on Friday, the anti-Trump group the Lincoln Project tweeted: "Promise?"
Ice Cube said Friday that he was "willing to work with whoever is willing to work with me" on solving racial inequality issues, such as the wealth gap.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi insisted that there does not need to be a "person-to-person between the speaker and the president" for government to function, one year after she and President Donald Trump spoke for the last time in person during a contentious White House meeting.
President Donald Trump urged the Justice Department to probe Omar on Friday.
"We should lock him up. Lock up the Bidens. Lock up Hillary," President Donald Trump said.
President Donald Trump said information allegedly found Hunter Biden's laptop hard drive "could be worse" than those found on convicted sex offender Anthony Weiner's computer.
"I don't want people to think that Trump Tower is being built by Black people," President Donald Trump allegedly said.
QAnon has been linked to death threats and murders, and was listed by the FBI as a domestic terror threat in August 2019.
The president "steps in it every time he opens his mouth," said Paulette Dean.
A new poll shows Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden with a slim advantage over President Donald Trump in swing state Florida, while COVID-19 cases are rising in the state.
The Republican candidate is running for the congressional seat formerly occupied by civil rights leader John Lewis.
Rapper Nuke Bizzle has been accused of gaining around $1.2 million illegally.