Drew Findling, who has previously criticized Trump, said he is dedicated to defending the former president despite their political beliefs not aligning.
"For the Democrats to hide behind this, and say they're not helping these extreme candidates, I think is transparently nonsensical," Robert Lieberman said.
Earlier this month Trump pressured Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos to overturn the 2020 election, which Vos said was impossible.
Dixon is running to challenge Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer in November's midterm.
The former senator has been outspoken in his opposition to Trump and has frequently supported one of his most vocal GOP critics, Representative Liz Cheney.
A Libertarian Party representative in New York has accused lawmaker Lee Zeldin of submitting 11,000 fraudulent ballot petition signatures.
"Trump and his supporters had their day in court and failed to produce substantive evidence to make their case," the prominent Republicans wrote.
"Dude, you're in the 'War Room,'" Bannon told his guest as he "corrected" him about the results of the 2020 election.
Former White House lawyer Eric Herschmann described a tense meeting with Sidney Powell in his testimony to the January 6 committee.
Dominion Voting Systems sued the media organizations for defamation, accusing them of spreading conspiracy theories that it rigged the 2020 election.
"I'm sorry we had faith in the system once again."
Democratic Rep. Ron Kind also called for the Department of Justice to examine what Johnson's involvement in the scheme actually was.
Jarome Bell lost in Tuesday's GOP primary in Virginia's 2nd Congressional District—a district that Republicans see as key to taking back the House.
The former Arizona House Speaker said he never made the election claim in testimony to the January 6 panel.
The issue of private grants linked to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has become a controversy in the race for Kansas secretary of state.
Donald Trump has had significant influence in the GOP primaries, often showing preferential treatment to those who support his false election fraud claims
Trump argued it would only be fair for networks to give him the same amount of time that the January 6 commission was being given for its hearings.
A former Trump campaign manager said Monday that two camps of thought emerged following the 2020 presidential election: "Team Crazy" and "Team Normal."
The former Meadows aide said Sunday that she "heard it directly from someone with firsthand knowledge."
Experts have added that charges in Fulton County could be the first of several brought against Trump.
The former president previously said he did not know what Ivanka told the January 6 committee but called her being asked to testify a "shame and harassment."
Sam Nunberg, a former aide to ex-President Donald Trump, said the conservative podcaster doesn't actually believe the presidential election was stolen.
A draft letter containing the suggestion is now believed to be with the House Select Committee, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich may be raising concerns over the 2020 election now that he's running for Senate. But for Trump, it's too little, too late.
Legal scholar Laurence Tribe said he doubts Georgia will be the last "jurisdiction to indict a former president on felony charges."
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's primary win and polls of GOP voters suggest the base is ready for Trump to move on from the 2020 election.
"Elections are about the future," Pence said as he campaigned for Trump's GOP foe in Georgia, where Trump lost by a narrow margin of about 11,800 votes.
"I think something happened. I don't know what it was—but something happened because people are angry," Walker said regarding the 2020 election.
Winning Team Publishing announced the book, which will address the former president's allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election, on Twitter Monday.
"Fox News is no longer Fox News," the former president wrote Saturday as he urged CNN to "go Conservative."