Tom Ridge has tweeted it was a "shameful irony" that a meeting was held in Gettysburg to discuss how to overturn the election result.
"If you take away the edges—it's a circle. So just erase them Katie," Senator Warren tells Congresswoman Porter in a new video.
"I don't want to see this man punished like the women in Texas," John Fetterman told Newsweek in a statement, referring to Crystal Mason's 2016 case. "I don't want that for anybody."
Brad Raffensperger wrote that elections need to be "run fairly," but suggested "some don't seem to see it that way."
Chris Ruddy defends Diamond and Silk claiming COVID "scamdemic" and Dominion Voting Systems helped rigged election as opinion.
"Seriously, you know how nuts you have to be when Rudy Guiliani's head starts leaking and you're the one who gets fired," Fallon joked Monday night.
"Our party needs to be better than giving credence to these insane conspiracy theories," Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois tweeted.
Ohio Senator Rob Portman wrote in an op-ed that transition funds should be released to the President-elect Joe Biden's team and that the transition of power should be begin.
"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.
Jonathan Tobin, editor in chief of JNS.org and popular conservative columnist, debates Spencer Klavan, assistant editor of the Claremont Review of Books and The American Mind.
"This is silly stuff," the Fox News correspondent said, calling Giuliani's and Powell's press conference a "circus."
"I'd rather have a president that has more than one day to prepare," Senator Kevin Kramer of North Dakota said Sunday.
On Fox News Sunday she said the president's supporters across the nation feel the outcome is not even plausible.
The Republican former New Jersey governor described Trump attorney Sidney Powell's conduct as "outrageous."
A new suit alleged that the Trump campaign sought to disenfranchise Black voters by pressuring local officials not to certify election results in Detroit.
"We've got a number of smoking guns and we may have to get witness protection for them," Powell said in an interview on Friday. "We have a lot of extremely solid evidence. It's beyond impressive, and absolutely terrifying.
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.'"
The study found that when compared to a pre-election survey, Biden supporters gained more confidence that their votes were counted accurately after the results of the election—while Trump supporters reported feeling less confident that that theirs were.
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.
"Twitter is actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021," the company told Newsweek.
Andrew Giuliani is thought to have exposed members of Trump's legal team during a press conference at the Republican National Committee (RNC) headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.
Trump has accused Michigan of secretly tabulating hundreds of thousands of Biden votes late at night after voting officials realized the Democratic candidate was losing.
The conservative news network's CEO tweeted that President-Elect Joe Biden "should be working on a way to clear all the charges he faces" for voter fraud, despite the fact that most claims about voter fraud have been debunked.
As of Thursday morning, Trump has received 73.6 million popular votes and counting, or 47.2 percent, giving him the most votes of any sitting president in U.S. history.
A segment published by One America News (OAN), a pro-Trump news network, suggested without evidence that 2020 election voting machines may have been vulnerable to manipulation.
It's no secret that Midler is not a fan of the Trump administration and a spat erupted online when McEnany tweeted about allegations of voter fraud in Michigan.
"This is not a television program," Mick Mulvaney said.
"The Great State of Michigan, with votes being far greater than the number of people who voted, cannot certify the election. The Democrats cheated big time, and got caught. A Republican WIN!" the president tweeted on Wednesday.