So far in American history, all four roles have been filled exclusively by men.
"Who's going to tell him how Black people got to Jamaica and how some of their descendants wound up with European blood?" tweeted Joy Reid.
Earlier on Sunday, Hogan said he was "embarrassed" that more people aren't challenging the president's false claims about the election results.
"This is silly stuff," the Fox News correspondent said, calling Giuliani's and Powell's press conference a "circus."
"I'd rather have a president that has more than one day to prepare," Senator Kevin Kramer of North Dakota said Sunday.
Sen. Patrick Toomey (R-PA) made the comments after the Trump campaign's latest legal set back in Pennsylvania.
"Twitter is actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021," the company told Newsweek.
Joe Biden's team has not been granted access to further federal resources to facilitate the move into power, with President Trump continuing to dispute the election outcome.
Latino organizations involved in a public effort to influence Gavin Newsom's decision told Newsweek it is time for a Latino to represent California.
"This is not a television program," Mick Mulvaney said.
In a Twitter thread, Avalos criticized politicians for not valuing undocumented workers and said changes need to be made for both immigration and healthcare, with Biden's administration incoming.
Texas pastor Robert Henderson said the vice president-elect goes "against God and his standards."
Of all the excellent candidates discussed to replace the vice president-elect in the Senate, Lee is the leader who can best command the role as Harris has.
Facebook has removed racist and misogynistic content about Vice President-elect Kamala Harris but opted not to ban three groups that "regularly" host hateful material on the site.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) reportedly said he was "just saying hello" after being spotted giving Vice President-elect Kamala Harris what appeared to be a congratulatory fist bump on the Senate floor on Tuesday.
Julie Chavez Rodriguez is joining President-elect Joe Biden's senior White House team as the director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.
Mingling on the Senate floor during a vote, at least five Republicans extended what looked like congratulating remarks to the vice president-elect, despite most GOP lawmakers still siding with President Trump's refusal to concede.
A spokesperson for Khanna said the congressman is "so appreciative of all the support he's received."
Geoff Duncan said the Georgia recount has not found "any sort of systemic issues or fraud."
"Why Gina Haspel is still there in the CIA is beyond my comprehension," attorney Sidney Powell said.
"It's been sort of par for the course during these four years," the former president said.
Trump's former national security adviser said that the president's "claims of election fraud are baseless."
"The sooner that Trump and his supporters accept the election result, the better it will be for the nation," the lawyers wrote.
People celebrating Biden's victory appropriated Conway's 2016 tweet that said that Trump's win was a "Landslide. Blowout. Historic."
People on social media today are blown away to discover Harris and Williams briefly dated nearly 20 years ago.
The resolutions came under fire as insensitive as they were passed on the same day the U.S. recorded its highest single-day tally of new coronavirus cases.
Byhalia Police officer David Pannell's post mocked Harris' "Cindarella story" ascension to the second-highest political office in the nation.
Some might say hope is not realistic in times like these. But as a trauma psychologist, I know it's entirely possible—and absolutely essential.
The woman who posted the videos has been un-phased by some of the hate comments she's received since posting.
"There are people trying to delegitimize the President-elect [Donald Trump]," the current White House press secretary complained in 2016.