Lindell claimed there is an "all out attack on MyPillow" in response to his backing of discredited claims that the 2020 presidential election was rigged.
Former Department of Defense counsel Ryan Goodman said Ken Chesebro's list of potential witnesses in his Georgia election fraud case "could backfire."
The MyPillow CEO lashed out at lawyers for a former Dominion Voting Systems executive in multiple depositions this year.
After the former president surrendered to authorities in Georgia on Thursday, police have released booking photos of all those arrested in the case.
Barr's comments come as Trump is facing several legal issues following two federal indictments by the Department of Justice's special counsel Jack Smith.
Despite whatever desperate spin you might hear today from the far right's prolific media apologists, this is not good news either for the former president or for his effort to reclaim the office.
Trump is under investigation over claims he tried to overturn the 2020 presidential election result in Georgia.
"If Trump believed that election was stolen, this entire indictment collapses on its own weight," one legal scholar told Newsweek.
"All that Kari Lake stuff in Arizona they tried to dismiss, it doesn't look like that's invalid," he claimed.
Donald Trump's former legal adviser conceded he had made false statements, but argued that it did not mean they caused the workers damage.
Bernard Kerik received a presidential pardon for past convictions in 2020, and later helped Trump investigate false claims of election fraud.
Lindell admitted MyPillow "lost $100 million" after he promoted the discredited claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump.
One social media user commented: "Mike Lindell's emergency auction is a disaster. There's dozens of items with $5 bids."
Tali Farhadian Weinstein said there is "some concern that we might be well into the next presidential cycle" before charges are ready in the DOJ election case.
Video showing the confrontation between the Arizona governor and conservative journalist amassed millions of views on social media.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer wrote in an op-ed piece that Lake's "falsehoods" about the 2022 election "have unleashed violent vitriol" toward him.
Trump discussed his classified documents case, the Russia-Ukraine war and the 2024 presidential election with the Fox News host Monday evening.
Kari Lake's claim that her defeat in the midterms was down to electoral fraud has been repeatedly rejected in Arizona courts.
A former election worker in Arizona began crying while telling the judge why she became involved in Maricopa County's election process.
The Trump campaign reportedly paid $750,000 for a software firm to determine that his claims of a "stolen" 2020 election were "all false."
The former GOP gubernatorial candidate in Arizona said she's prepared to take her case to the Supreme Court. While she waits, she's considering a Senate run.
Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner told Newsweek that Fox News' troubles "have just begun" after settling with Dominion Voting Systems earlier this week.
Voting machine company Dominion is suing the network for $1.6 billion over election misinformation claims.
Former President Donald Trump might not be directly involved in Tuesday's election, but his presence is still being felt.
"This is bad business," the right-leaning network's CEO wrote after a reporter fact-checked Trump on-air.
The Republican had reason to be both pleased and disappointed in the Arizona Supreme Court's decision about her efforts to overturn the midterm results.
Vladimir Churov led the Russian Central Election Commission from 2007 to 2016, when he was removed from his post.
Lindell told Newsweek that he suspects the IRS wants to find out "how much money he has left" so they can "take that too."
"We have been working long and hard on these strategies and there are more to come," one of the plaintiffs, Raland Brunson, wrote on Facebook.
The former federal prosecutor used the term in reference to trials from his career that involved a certain sort of damning evidence against defendants.