"Certifying the expressed will of the electorate is not irreparable harm, but rather inevitable and legally required within our constitutional framework," lawyers for Georgia wrote in a motion to dismiss Powell's lawsuit.
"Sidney Powell's client are the people of the United States of America, and that's who she is fighting for right now," Trump's ex-national security adviser said.
"The Democrats want to control your life; Republicans want to give you a life. That's the fundamental difference dividing the two parties right now," the Florida Republican senator wrote in an op-ed published on Fox News' website.
In a tweet, the president called for Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to allow a signature verification.
Both the Florida Bar and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger have started investigations into Florida lawyer Bill Price who, according to a now-deleted video, encouraged Republicans to move to Georgia to vote in the Senate runoffs.
A witness for the Trump campaign said Thursday that he "can't testify to" voter fraud taking place in Georgia while testifying at a hearing on behalf of the campaign, which claims without evidence that massive voter fraud handed victory to President-elect Joe Biden.
The Trump campaign's lawsuit asked the consevative-controlled court to revoke the state's certification of the election and to throw out hundreds of thousands of ballots in two of Wisonsin's largest Democratic counties.
"Every Georgia conservative who cares about America MUST vote in the runoff. Their don't vote strategy will cripple America," former House Speaker Newt Gingrich tweeted.
Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said his wife Tricia was the first in his family to start receiving threats.
Melissa Carone, the star witness who was seen being shushed by Rudy Giuliani in a viral clip, has drawn comparisons to the former "Saturday Night Live" cast member.
"You're making all these claims. You got to prove it," Graham told Fox News interviewer Martha MacCallum. "Doing a video is not proof."
"Senator Johnson said that he knew and accepted the fact that Joe Biden had won," Mark Becker, a former Wisconsin Republican official, said.
"We have an obligation to assure every Georgia citizen—regardless of ideology—that free and fair elections are what distinguish our Republic from all others," the former GOP officials wrote.
The president responded to Gabrial Sterling's impassioned cries by again complaining of a "rigged election" and voter fraud in Georgia.
Trump's former adviser made the claim after Barr said the Justice Department found no evidence that would "produce different outcome in the election."
"The people around the president know better," Gabriel Sterling said during a news conference.
President Donald Trump's legal team continues to allege that voter fraud contributed to President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
Ex-director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency responded after the campaign lawyer called for his execution over statements about election security.
"Man up, admit you got beat, and do what's right for our country," former Georgia Representative Allen Peake tweeted about the president's loss.
Representative Denver Riggleman said it's "repugnant" that thousands of people who have taken an oath to the Constitution are being "disparaged" by Trump and his allies.
The Kentucky senator has a tweet flagged for sharing disputed claims about voter fraud in the election.
"We're working with the Biden administration—likely administration—on both the transition and the inauguration as if we're moving forward," said Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri.
"This is total fraud," the president insisted without providing any new evidence to support his unfounded claims.
"If the Trump campaign doesn't stop losing, the Cleveland Browns are gonna sue them for trademark infringement," John Fetterman said.
In a series of tweets on Saturday, Trump said his team plans to challenge many more than the 81,000 votes that he lost by in Pennsylvania.
McDaniel was forced to defend the U.S. election system despite Trump's unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud.
Virginia Congressman Denver Riggleman responded to a tweet that said that he and other Republicans were "responsible for this corrupt election" in which Donald Trump lost.
The Trump campaign paid $3 million for a partial recount in Wisconsin's Milwaukee and Dane counties.