"The swamp won, Donald...Maybe the power Mitch McConnell has over the GOP is just too much for you," says the video released Monday.
This weekend, Trump and a number of high-profile GOP lawmakers and supporters are meeting for a Republican National Committee donor retreat in Palm Beach, Florida.
The former president has outlined his desire to back candidates aligned with his views, hitting out at so called "RINOS" in a statement on fundraising.
"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.
Friday filings with the Federal Election Commission shed some light on how the money was spent, with more disclosures expected Sunday.
"Let's show a positive vision as we move forward and unite to take back that majority and the first step is to make sure we don't engage in this conviction of this president," Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, said during an interview with Fox News.
The civil rights organization accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Convention of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act in their election lawsuits.
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.
Republican National Committee Chief of Staff Richard Walters was diagnosed with COVID-19, the committee said on Thursday.
"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.
Minnesota GOP Chairwoman Jessica Carnahan said the RNC chair has instructed her to bolster the president's claims of voter fraud as the race moves in favor of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
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 single worst day of the pandemic and the president says we're entering—or we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. What is he talking about?" Chris Wallace asked Ronna McDaniel.
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele is the latest to join the expanding bloc of high-profile GOP figures endorsing the Democratic nominee.
The St. Louis couple were making copies of a holiday card displaying their gun-toting photo, according to the protester, who posted a video of the incident.
On NBC News' 'Meet the Press' Sunday, Ronna McDaniel responded to reports of Trump playing down the crisis by citing his approach as "calm and steady and methodical."
The comedian somewhat snapped recently when he launched into a vicious tirade against the president and his administration.
The re-election campaign for President Donald Trump is spending money very quickly, according to analysis by the New York Times.
The actor and comedian opened up about Trump, the upcoming election, COVID-19, and what it means to be American.
"That figure blows me away," Joe Biden said.
Reverend Nathan Empsall told Newsweek that Christians must work "to remove an anti-life president who separates families, ignores the record death toll of COVID-19, abuses women, opposes religious freedom for non-Christians, and tries to divide us on racial lines whenever it profits him personally."
"Mr. Biden holds a wide lead with moderates 55-33 percent, who are a plurality of the electorate," pollster J. Ann Selzer said.
"No one can question my credentials as a Republican," Michael Steele wrote in an op-ed denouncing Trump and the GOP lawmakers supporting him.
Biden continues to lead Trump in most national polls, as well as in recent surveys carried out in key swing states.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's favorability stands about 15 percentage points above that of President Donald Trump's, right after a full week of Republican National Convention fanfare.
Even though the comedian conceded that he may have been a little hard on a fan named Karen, he said that he had no regrets and thanked fans for their support.
The singer-songwriter's estate is seeking legal action regarding the use of "Hallelujah" twice at the Republican National Convention.