Senator Lindsey Graham's potential support for a larger stimulus package could bode well for those hoping for another stimulus check.
Many Republicans praised Trump for granting Flynn clemency, while Democrats felt the pardon was an act of corruption.
The senator said he transferred the funds from his own re-election campaign coffers.
If Republicans lose Georgia's special election and Democrats gain control of the Senate, "it would fundamentally change the country as we know it," Graham said.
"The box was more expensive than the present I got," former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy told Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) while describing a Christmas gift he had received from the senator during a Monday night discussion on Fox News.
"The to-do list for the Senate Judiciary Committee is long, and of critical importance to the future progress of our country," Senator Dick Durbin said Monday.
"You stay in your lane. I could understand why you want me out of the Senate 'cuz I'm going to bury your agenda," Senator Lindsey Graham said on Thursday in response to progressives calling for his resignation.
This is the second time in two months a Republican senator has faced accusations of breaking the rules on donations.
"This thing will work itself out. It always has," the South Carolina Republican said.
"It is not the job of the secretary of state's office to deliver a win," Brad Raffensperger said.
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.
The revelation follows an allegation from Georgia's top election official that the Trump confidant urged him to disqualify legal absentee ballots to favor the president.
The comment has resurfaced as the South Carolina Republican faces calls to resign over a controversial conversation
The South Carolina Senator has denied accusations he encouraged legal ballots being tossed, amid mounting calls for an inquiry into his alleged actions.
Graham called the secretary's claim "ridiculous" and said he merely asked the secretary about the signature verification process for mail-in ballots.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said he was stunned after a phone conservation with the South Carolina Republican, in which Raffensperger said Graham pressed him to invalidate legal ballots.
Senator Dianne Feinstein made the request after President Donald Trump was projected to lose the election to President-elect Joe Biden.
Control of the Senate will be decided in Georgia on January 5 in what is expected to be an expensive race.
"How hard is it to renounce socialism if you really don't believe in it? The reason she can't renounce it is because the mainstream of her party — deep in their soul — backs socialism," Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted on Tuesday.
The former Senator for Arizona Jeff Flake told BBC's Newsnight that Republicans "are still playing to that audience of one, not knowing where the Trump base will go."
The South Carolina Senator has backed President Trump over his claims of fraud in the election, offering his support to every avenue being pursued.
"The state of play in America in 2020 for Republicans is not good," South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said Monday.
Graham says the election is "by no means over" and encourages President Donald Trump to run again in 2024 if he loses the election.
Jaime Harrison raised more than $107 million in this cycle and spent more than $104 million in his bid to unseat Lindsey Graham.
The GOP evidently prefers continuous warfare because that's the only way it thinks it can win.
The Republican senator suggested on Monday that Trump "consider" launching another presidential campaign during the next election season, after urging him on Sunday not to concede.
Ken Starr and Fox News host Mark Levin blasted Pennsylvania for counting "illegal votes," with Starr claiming "to count every vote may be a crime."
The Democrat conceded to the incumbent Republican Lindsey Graham and suggested President Donald Trump should follow his example.
The South Carolina senator claimed presidential election results are "contested" amid the Trump campaign's false statements about voter fraud and related lawsuits.
The Republican called on the Department of Justice and the U.S. Postal Service to investigate a Pennsylvania whistleblower's claims.