Many Republicans praised Trump for granting Flynn clemency, while Democrats felt the pardon was an act of corruption.
"The stock market is not the economy," the progressive senator from Vermont tweeted.
Despite acknowledging that more people in Washington voted for Democrats than Republicans, TikToker Dutch Hollander seemed to argue that land mass demonstrated a majority for Republicans.
"I'm a Republican for as long as I'm a Republican and Donald Trump will never represent anything I believe in or stand for as a Republican," former GOP chair Michael Steele told Newsweek. "Because he's not a Republican. He's not a conservative."
President Donald Trump is the overwhelming favorite to be the 2024 GOP nominee for president, should he choose to run again after losing to President-elect Joe Biden, according to a new poll.
"You've gotta nominate Amy Coney Barrett," Mitch McConnell allegedly told President Donald Trump after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
"We know that the next stimulus needs to be big, immediate and direct, and lasting until the economy recovers," the economists wrote in an open letter.
"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.
Members of the Kalkaska County, Michigan Board of Commissioners plan on sending a resolution calling for Governor Gretchen Whitmer's impeachment to the state legislature.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) urged President Donald Trump to "put the country first and have a prompt and orderly transition to help the new administration succeed" on Monday.
With the General Services Administration recognizing Joe Biden as President-elect, Biden's transition teams will have access to more than $6 million in federal funds for the transition process.
A new poll suggests that most voters would prefer that partisan gridlock continue in Congress, with Republicans retaining control of the Senate in January's runoff elections and potentially acting as a firewall between the Democratic-controlled House and President-elect Joe Biden.
Not many of the public figures made good on their vows to abandon the social platform.
"It is now time for the rest of the Republican leadership to put politics aside and insist that President Trump cease his dilatory and anti-democratic efforts," the former GOP officials wrote.
The anti-Trump super PAC said some Republicans were "waiting in the wings to dismantle" American democracy after Trump's election loss.
Bill Owens has said Donald Trump should "accede to the wishes of the electorate" as the president continues to rally against the election outcome.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Senator Pat Toomey, Congressman Fred Upton and John Bolton were among the Republicans that urged Trump to admit defeat this weekend.
"Who's going to tell him how Black people got to Jamaica and how some of their descendants wound up with European blood?" tweeted Joy Reid.
The Republican former New Jersey governor described Trump attorney Sidney Powell's conduct as "outrageous."
"The farce set in motion when the loser of this year's presidential election petulantly refused to acknowledge the voters' verdict has run its course," the editorial board of the Detroit Free Press wrote.
Sen. Patrick Toomey (R-PA) made the comments after the Trump campaign's latest legal set back in Pennsylvania.
Stoked by the president's unverified claims about voting, the infighting in Georgia has plunged the GOP into a civil war with just weeks left until the runoffs.
A new suit alleged that the Trump campaign sought to disenfranchise Black voters by pressuring local officials not to certify election results in Detroit.
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.'"
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Ben Sasse have been outspoken about Trump's challenges to the election results, while most other Republican senators have not.
Accused Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse posted a $2 million bond on Friday with the assistance of MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said the audit was unnecessary because the committee in charge has "no expertise or role in election administration."
"Because President Trump refuses to concede and is delaying the transition, we have to fund it ourselves and need your help," President-elect Joe Biden tweeted Friday.
"We will follow the law and follow the normal process regarding Michigan's electors, just as we have said throughout this election," read a joint statement from Michigan Republican House Speaker Lee Chatfield and Michigan Republican Majority Leader Mike Shirkey.
Congressman Bill Pascrell described President Donald Trump's legal attempts to retain the presidency as "frivolous" and called for members of Trump's legal team, including Rudy Giuliani, to be disbarred.