"[The reason] we haven't been able to get anything is that he, Mitch McConnell, is blocking it," said Austan Goolsbee, a former Obama economics adviser.
"We lose people in the hands of police," Representative Ilhan Omar tweeted. "It's not a slogan but a policy demand."
The woman appeared on political satire show Mezhdunarodnaya Pilorama wearing a red bandana and chain and suggesting Obama's predecessors could not read.
Most members of the new team have previously worked for Biden and other Democrats.
"You can do something that's really destructive," retired Admiral Michael Mullen, who was appointed as chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by former President George W. Bush, said.
"Ted Cruz didn't win Iowa, he stole it," Trump tweeted in 2016, after the Texas senator won the Iowa caucuses.
The former president also told a podcast that his successor had "failed miserably" to protect the American people.
Ahead of a proposed withdrawal U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan by mid-January, national security adviser Robert O'Brien says president wanted "to put a stop to America's endless wars."
The former president also spoke about Joe Biden's victory during his appearance on "The Late Show" Tuesday night, expressing hope for the next four years despite the challenges that lay ahead.
Former president Barack Obama spoke to Chicago public school students over Zoom about his new book and how they may be able to relate to his journey into politics.
Melania Trump kicked off the holidays at the White House by welcoming a gigantic Christmas tree this week.
President Trump has not yet conceded defeat to former Vice President Joe Biden as he challenges election results.
"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,
The former president told El Pais about the importance of a peaceful transition and said Trump "fanned the flames of division."
Former President Barack Obama's new "presidential memoir" broke records for Penguin Random House, the world's largest publisher, on Tuesday.
Former President Barack Obama denounces "crazy conspiracy theories" and "truth decay" in a new interview with the BBC.
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.
The former vice presidential candidate called Obama the master of "personal destruction" politics.
The report also shows that hate-motivated murders, largely committed by white supremacists, spiked to their highest number in 28 years.
She called on President Donald Trump and first lady Melania to begin a "respectful, seamless transition of power," just as others have done before them.
In a new interview, the former president takes shot at the current commander-in-chief.
The former president also took aim at Republicans refusing to call on Trump to concede.
The former president said America has become so divided that it's not facts, policies and issues that matter to voters, but hatred that drives their votes.
"It's been sort of par for the course during these four years," the former president said.
"It's so real. The GOP establishment, that machine. They don't like Trump and they never liked me," Palin told Newsmax Friday evening.
"I was disgusted and appalled by the inaction," the former president told Oprah Winfrey in a new interview.
"This is unprecedented in the history of our republic," Jones said. "The President is embarrassing himself he's embarrassing the country."
"It is one more step in delegitimizing not just the incoming Biden administration, but democracy generally. And that's a dangerous path," Obama said in a new "60 Minutes" interview.
Obama's new book also points to former Vice President Joe Biden's role in congressional negotiations.