Ellis, a legal adviser to ex-President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign, left the GOP after a report revealing RNC reservations about disputing the election.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that the Biden administration "will determine attribution and make a decision accordingly."
The 2024 candidates for president will not square off on a debate stage for at least another 39 months, but the Republican Party already is demanding changes from the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates before agreeing its candidate will take part.
"The Republican Party is a dying national political party, and the sooner it can die the better for all of us," the former congressman said.
"I kind of look at this and just say to myself, 'where do you go from here, what do you say next to the American people?'" Michael Steele said.
"The voters are saying overwhelmingly they agree with what President Trump did in office," the chair of the Republican National Committee insisted.
"Y'all go do your thing," said Michael Steele, who has long been critical of the former president, on Monday morning.
"David Shafer and the Georgia GOP need to stop passing the buck for failing to deliver Georgia for Trump and actually focus on getting out the vote in January," Georgia's deputy secretary of state said of the lawsuit.
The nominees include several conservative Trump donors and a failed ambassadorial nominee who was accused in 2019 of colluding with the RNC in a suspected pay-to-play scheme.
The Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee announced this week they'd raised $200 million.
"These tremendous fundraising numbers show President Trump remains the leader and source of energy for the Republican Party," Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien said in a statement on Thursday.
McDaniel was forced to defend the U.S. election system despite Trump's unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud.
"Our party needs to be better than giving credence to these insane conspiracy theories," Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois tweeted.
RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel told Sean Hannity that she considered the electoral process rigged by Democrats and the media.
"We just haven't seen it. You know, it hasn't been presented," Bret Baier said.
RNC headquarters has moved to an "undisclosed location," and the Trump campaign "war room" is holed up in the wider White House complex, sparking criticism over potential Hatch Act violations on Election Night.
The Republican National Committee video montage of prominent Democrats uses the tagline: "2020 Democrats should listen to 2016 Democrats."
"No one can question my credentials as a Republican," Michael Steele wrote in an op-ed denouncing Trump and the GOP lawmakers supporting him.
The unprecedented amount of campaign spending hasn't yet translated into rising poll numbers for Trump, but the RNC says it's not worried.
"With a growing list of challenges—be it finances, communication and timeline—I cannot say with confidence that this event and our community will not be at risk," the sheriff said.
In his tweet, Steve Guest, the Rapid Response Director of the Republican National Committee, wrote, "Hey Joe Biden, are you still a Redskins fan?"
Trump had vowed to move the convention if the state wouldn't allow its convention center to operate at full capacity.
Without Bloomberg's contribution, the DNC raised just under $15 million from all other donors.
Donald Trump Jr. tweeted that an airport bookseller has not stocked his 'Triggered' book, prompting his supporters to complain on the bookseller's social media account.
RNC officials said the calls were not prerecorded "robocalls."
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany will attend the event, according to the Trump campaign.
Former RNC Chair Michael Steele warned that there would be "a lot of breast-beating and ugly tweets."
"He's not going to thank law enforcement because he's probably not happy about what law enforcement did," Michael Steele speculated.
Newly revealed emails of prominent Republican donor and billionaire Joe Ricketts include conspiracy theories regarding Barack Obama's citizenship and racist jokes.
Alt-right advocate James Allsup is now an elected official in Washington state as more white nationalists run for office than ever before.