Peter Tracey has gained a bit of notoriety for his expletive-filled tirade, which was filmed on Wednesday outside his home.
"My campaign vigorously pursued every legal avenue to contest the election results," Trump said. "I was fighting to defend American democracy. I continue to strongly believe that we must reform our election laws."
After photos of Maus and Pink sitting in a hotel room together appeared on Instagram, fans demanded to know why the musicians appeared to attend the Save America rally in Washington, D.C., on January 6.
Snapchat has suspended the president's account, joining Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
President Trump himself issued a video telling protesters "I love you. You're very special," and also telling them to go home.
"This was a fraudulent election but we can't play into the hands of these people," the president said.
Washington is under a citywide curfew until Thursday morning.
Despite the rally hoping to overturn the election results, the music was much more gloomy than one would expect.
Federal officers used pepper spray and batons on Trump supporters trying to storm the Capitol building.
Young said he will uphold his constitutional duty to vote to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election even though he wished President Donald Trump won re-election.
Authorities declared the protests an unlawful assembly and ordered protesters to disperse on New Year's Day.
A viral video shows two clips of the protesters walking through a Wal-Mart and Target, against COVID restrictions like wearing masks.
Some people responded to Jones' speech by saying he was inciting violence against the president-elect—and that the Secret Service and FBI should know about it.
The viral video shows the escort calling out the protester for trying to shame patients by calling them cowards. The escort tells them to "shut the f**k up."
The video lists 11 groups of people the anti-Trump Republican organization wants to thank for their efforts over a difficult year.
Videos show protesters upset about the election results, urging that Republican officials are not re-elected for "not explicitly helping Trump to 'stop the steal.'"
A message posted earlier this month on the police officer's Facebook account read: "I'm ready to leave my job just so I can hurt these people that act like they know what real life is about."
The president also said that his supporters at the event wouldn't "stand for a Rigged and Corrupt Election."
Sanders predicted "liberal mob chaos" after Election Day—with Trump being the only person able to "defeat" Democratic protesters.
"If [protesters] do not disperse in the time allotted, then I will deploy the skunk water and arrest those that remain," Jerry Sheridan, the Republican candidate for sheriff, reportedly said while demonstrating the smelly liquid on volunteers.
Protests initially erupted in the Milwaukee suburb on Wednesday after the local district attorney declined to file charges against an officer in the fatal shooting of teenager Alvin Cole.
The Greek doctor reportedly noted "nobody responded in the 24 hours the invitation was published" on social media.
The morning after Trump told Proud Boys to "stand down" during the presidential election, one of the group's members was arrested by Portland police.
Officers will continue to make arrests on state charges, but the cases are now sent to the U.S. Attorney's Office where federal prosecutors will determine with officers whether any of the cases warrant federal charges.
Around 20 protesters were inside the First Unitarian Church of Louisville's sanctuary, and at least 50 protesters remained outside in its courtyard in an hour-long standoff with the Louisville Metro Police Department.
"He is putting our law enforcement in harm's way purposefully because he thinks it serves his agenda," Vice President Mike Pence's former Homeland Security and Counterterrorism adviser said.
The Twitter footage appearing to show protesters unloading riot shields and signs sparked a fierce debate as to who paid for the van and how organized the protests are.
While much of what the protesters are saying to the officer cannot be clearly understood, they can be heard yelling racial slurs and curse words as they hold up their middle fingers inches away from the officer's face.
"We are prepared to strap up our boots and, in the spirit of John Lewis, get into some good trouble," state Representative Shevrin Jones said in response to DeSantis' new proposal, which introduces new criminal offences for protesters.
Local officials said federal law enforcement, not police, fired the gas at protesters gathered outside a building of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.