"People are ANGRY!" President Donald Trump tweeted Monday about the results of the state's November elections.
Incumbent Republican Senator Loeffler rarely referenced her Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock without using the term.
Social media users compare the two Republican figures as senator faced off against opponent Raphael Warnock.
Sunday night saw Senator Kelly Loeffler and Democratic opponent Rev. Raphael Warnock participate in a Georgia runoff debate which is being widely discussed on Twitter.
As the president campaigned for the Republican candidates in Georgia, he continued to denounce the party's own officials in the state over his election defeat to President-elect Joe Biden.
Loeffler's attack was misleading. Warnock was arrested in 2002, but the charges against him were dropped three months later.
"I'm really not focused on it," Warnock said. "I think that too often the politics in Washington has been about the politicians."
Moderators asked the incumbent Georgia Republican senator if she supported Trump's attacks on Kemp three separate times during Sunday's debate.
Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff asked the empty podium—which moderator Russ Spencer introduced as Republican Senator David Perdue—several questions, and then answered them himself.
"You're seeing irrational, angry behavior, it's unpatriotic," Brad Raffensperger said Sunday. "We had an election, like I said, I wish my guy would have won and it looks like he's not."
Congressman Doug Collins said he and Trump had "had to live through" impeachment and "not my president" hashtags for four years—thus, Democrats can deal with a few months of election challenges.
The U.S. Senate candidates will participate in a moderated discussion set to begin at 7 p.m. ET on Sunday evening.
At a Georgia rally on Saturday, the president blamed Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp for allowing the "rigged" election.
Both the Florida Bar and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger have started investigations into Florida lawyer Bill Price who, according to a now-deleted video, encouraged Republicans to move to Georgia to vote in the Senate runoffs.
Senator Kelly Loeffler is facing a tough bid to keep her Senate seat and polls show it'll be a fight to the very end.
The president is scheduled to appear at the event in Valdosta, Georgia, on Saturday evening
"Harrison embodied the very best of this campaign," Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler said in a Friday statement, "and the very best of our state."
The four campaigns have collectively spent more than $189 million on advertising so far.
The Republican senator, who is campaigning to defend her congressional seat in Georgia's January runoff elections, pledged to divide her quarterly earnings among charitable and nonprofit organizations upon taking office last year.
Jon Ossoff and Reverend Raphael Warnock hold a tight lead in the polls as President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, former President Barack Obama and former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams all head into a weekend of campaigning before Georgia's voter registration deadline closes.
"You're making all these claims. You got to prove it," Graham told Fox News interviewer Martha MacCallum. "Doing a video is not proof."
"We have an obligation to assure every Georgia citizen—regardless of ideology—that free and fair elections are what distinguish our Republic from all others," the former GOP officials wrote.
With a heightened focus on the Senate runoff races in Georgia, the rival candidates are upping the ante on their attacks on each other.
Conway, who is married to Trump's former counselor Kellyanne Conway, launched a PAC to defeat Trump and said he doesn't "actually care" about Loeffler and Perdue, only himself.
"Everything's at stake in this election. The future of our country is on the ballot on January 5 right here in Georgia," said Loeffler.
McDaniel was forced to defend the U.S. election system despite Trump's unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud.
The pair are bidding to oust the Republican incumbents in the state, with the races garnering heightened focus due to the impact they will have on which party controls the Senate.
Georgia's four Senate candidates have seen surging donation numbers, but a new analysis suggests the Republicans have gained an early advantage in ad spending.
Social network Parler has allegedly hidden posts on its website that are tagged as #WriteInTrumpForGA.