"The president's been so ill-served by this crowd," said Republican strategist Karl Rove during a Fox News appearance on Tuesday.
True the Vote said Friday the electoral challenges would "help ensure only legal, eligible votes are counted in Georgia's January 5 runoff elections."
A former Houston, Texas police officer allegedly ran an air conditioning repair truck off the road, wrongly believing the truck contained 750,000 fake ballots that Democrats were planning to use in a massive voter fraud plot.
The attorney general didn't purposely undermine President Trump's chances of winning a second term. But he sure didn't help.
"I thought I was going to win, too, when I ran for president in 2012. I didn't. I didn't go out and say fraud," Romney said Monday night after the Electoral College votes were finalized.
"You have to hope that the justices in the state court are going to show somewhat more determination," Rudy Guliani said on Friday.
"The United States Constitution gives sole power to the state legislature to decide presidential elections," the president's attorney said on Sean Hannity's show Friday night.
CNN anchor Erin Burnett said that broadcasting portions of President Donald Trump's Wednesday speech "would amplify things that factually untrue."
"I voted for President Trump," tweeted Louisiana Republican Senator Bill Cassidy in November, "but Joe Biden won."
The rise also occurred as Trump continued to make unproven allegations of widespread voter fraud that, he says, cost him the election.
Roger Stone said Wednesday that if evidence that ballots were shipped to Maine by North Korean vessels was investigated, "it would be proof of foreign involvement in the election."
"The pattern in this administration seems to be anybody who tells the truth gets fired," Senator Chris Van Hollen said.
Ex-director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency responded after the campaign lawyer called for his execution over statements about election security.
"Man up, admit you got beat, and do what's right for our country," former Georgia Representative Allen Peake tweeted about the president's loss.
Georgia's Cobb County GOP chairman added, "Guess this is what happens when you wait until the last minute."
"You know," former President Barack Obama said, "I didn't enjoy having to call Donald Trump and congratulate him for having won the night of his election four years ago,
Tucker Carlson said that how one viewed Rudy Giuliani's Thursday press conference "depended largely on who you voted for."
"The recent statement by Chris Krebs on the security of the 2020 Election was highly inaccurate," President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday, announcing Krebs's firing.
"You cannot come against the Lord of the Sabbath, the Lord of angel armies," Pastor George Pearsons said, touting Trump's baseless claims of election fraud.
"Why Gina Haspel is still there in the CIA is beyond my comprehension," attorney Sidney Powell said.
Trump's former national security adviser said that the president's "claims of election fraud are baseless."
Even though the Trump campaign and Fox News host Tucker Carlson both circulated the story, both voters turn out to be living voters mistaken for deceased individuals.
Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said that President Donald Trump's claims of election manipulation would have to prove "fraud of a dimension that it would actually overturn the results."
The eldest Trump child tweeted a joke about how difficult the year's been, wondering if Friday the 13th would make it worse.
"It would be exceptional. It would be extraordinary to see any sort of indictment or anything this quickly during the time frame that matters," attorney James Trusty said.
"For all the predictable behavior of the last few days and the last four years," Stephen Colbert said, "right now something unpredictable needs to happen."
The California Republican party is refusing to comply after being issued with a cease and desist order to stop operating what state officials say are illegal and misleading mail-in ballot drop boxes.
A new poll suggests that only about one third of Americans believe that the presidential election will be "free and fair," although even fewer agreed one month earlier.
The Democratic former president's words are in direct opposition to Republican President Donald Trump's repeated warnings that mail-in voting increases the likelihood of fraud.