In a series of tweets Saturday, the president attacked a variety of people and departments for not backing his voter fraud claims.
Santa Clara County counsel James Williams described the situation as "quite concerning and a bit ironic."
Georgia voters are in an extraordinary position to shape national decisions on life, liberty and judges.
Given the rhetoric from the frontrunners Biden is considering for education secretary, it's fair to assume whomever he chooses won't share DeVos's zeal for religious freedom and school choice.
Donald Trump and QAnon-supporting attorney Lin Wood posted a series of tweets attacking Roberts in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to throw out yet another bid to overturn the election results.
"The Campaign is not entitled to relief," the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Monday.
"Do you feel comfortable throwing out millions of votes of your fellow Americans?" Chris Wallace asked Representative Steve Scalise.
"I think the processes say it's over on Monday if the electors vote for Joe Biden, which I expect that they will," the Republican lawmaker from Tennessee said.
"They've chosen Donald Trump over democracy and over their constituents," Dana Nessel said.
"American who cares about the rule of law should take comfort that the Supreme Court — including all three of President Trump's picks — closed the book on the nonsense," he said.
Doug LaMalfa told CNN's Chris Cuomo that "we still don't know what the intelligence folks have in there" regarding the election.
The Supreme Court refused to hear a lawsuit filed by the Texas attorney general against four swing states.
The Supreme Court declined to hear the lawsuit challenging election results in swing states on Friday.
Legal experts had strongly criticized the Texas lawsuit and expected the court to refuse to even hear it.
"You have to hope that the justices in the state court are going to show somewhat more determination," Rudy Guliani said on Friday.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton accused four battleground states of exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to ignore federal and state election laws in order to skew results of the November 3 election.
"We apologize to our readers for endorsing Michael Waltz in the 2020 general election for Congress. We had no idea, had no way of knowing at the time, that Waltz was not committed to democracy," the Orlando Sentinel wrote on Friday.
The essay's authors noted that, prior to the Trump administration's resumption of federal executions after a 17-year hiatus, only three people had been executed by the government in the last 50 years.
An emergency stay of execution was denied by the Supreme Court on Thursday, just hours before Bernard was executed.
A last-minute attempt to stop the execution of Brandon Bernard was unsuccessful.
Georgia Attorney General Christopher Carr wrote Thursday that the claims in the Texas lawsuit were "impossible to ground in legal principles and unmanageable."
More than 100 U.S. House Republicans are backing President Donald Trump's last-ditch effort to get the U.S. Supreme Court to override election results in four key swing states that went for Democrat Joe Biden.
"The Trump team didn't get in gear, but nevertheless there is a miracle taking place," the televangelist said.
"It looks like a fella begging for a pardon filed a PR stunt rather than a lawsuit," the Republican lawmaker said.
The three men alleged they were harassed by the FBI to provide information about other Muslims and then placed on the no-fly list when they refused.
Republicans' legal challenges to the 2020 election results have been overwhelmingly unsuccessful so far.
"I don't think the Supreme Court, for an instant, will consider taking up this case," Republican lawyer Ben Ginsberg said of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's attempt to overturn President-elect Joe Biden's victory in four other states.
"This lawsuit doesn't strike me as a very serious lawsuit. I don't think this is going anywhere, it's more of a press release than real claims," one expert told Newsweek.
A spokesperson for Georgia's Republican attorney general said the Texas lawsuit is "constitutionally, legally and factually wrong."
One prominent judge in the state said Attorney General Ken Paxton has failed to show any evidence of fraud.