"Are all Republicans now lawless?" Eric Idle tweeted on Friday about the advertisement. "Whatever happened to America?"
"It's always the thing that they say first. That's what they're going to do," the president warned his supporters.
Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) called off plans to travel with President Donald Trump on Thursday and will remain in quarantine until September 29 after being exposed to a person infected with COVID-19.
In all the models used, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was predicted to defeat President Donald Trump in both the popular vote and the Electoral College.
The ex-GOP official said he was "exhausted" by people refusing to adhere to COVID-19 rules amid the ongoing pandemic.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor, a Republican, called her own political party's statement "a blatant and unfounded attack on the independence of the Ohio judiciary."
The Reuters/Ipsos poll and YouGov poll released Wednesday both showed Biden with a nine point lead over Trump nationally.
In a Quinnipiac University poll, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden had the support of 53 percent of white likely voters with no four-year college degree.
Though many of the races are expected to be tough, the National Republican Senatorial Committee said it's likely a Democratic Senate seat in Alabama will flip to the Republicans.
Only 1 percent of bills have become law during the 116th Congress, a historic low from the average 3 to 4 percent.
"I have it all ready," President Donald Trump said, "and it's a much better plan for you and it's a much better plan."
If Senate Democrats can successfully defend all 12 seats up for election, the party needs to earn three or four currently held by Republicans to secure a majority.
Instead, the vice president will attend a rally for the Montana Republican Party that is not connected with the QAnon backers.
Friday is the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks which killed nearly 3,000 people and destroyed the World Trade Center in New York City.
Marjorie Greene, a QAnon supporter, won the GOP runoff for the district against opponent John Cowan last month, prompting Trump to call her a "real winner."
Georgia Democratic candidate Kevin Van Ausdal cited "personal reasons" for his exit.
The vice president claimed he had not "given any thought" to events beyond the 2020 presidential election.
The Watergate journalist said Trump "is putting his own narrow presidential re-election efforts in front of the safety, health and well-being of the people of the United States."
Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina is 10 points behind Cal Cunningham with less than two months to go until election day.
Vice President Mike Pence has dismissed the QAnon movement, but President Donald Trump has voiced appreciation for QAnon's support for his administration.
New recordings reported by journalist Bob Woodward reveal Trump saying he "always" downplayed the seriousness of COVID-19.
Significantly greater percentages of Black and Latino residents are facing major economic hardships than White residents in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said there are 20 Senate Republicans who are done giving out federal relief funds for the coronavirus pandemic.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledged that the GOP proposal "does not contain every idea our party likes."
"People don't like her," President Donald Trump said of Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris. "Nobody likes her."
State Rep. Kevin McDugle said the death sentence of Richard Glossip was "perhaps the most unsettling" in Oklahoma due to inconsistent evidence given by a key witness.
People over 65 are considered high risk for the new coronavirus and McCarthy told Axios concerns over voting in person could deter them from casting ballots at all.
Sheriff Dave Wedding said he was "tired of seeing fires set in our streets" as he announced his defection to the Republican Party.
With less than two months to go until election day, the Republican senator is 29 points behind his challenger among swing voters.