President Donald Trump continues to rally against the election outcome insisting foul play aided Joe Biden's success, despite not evidencing widespread fraud and irregularities he and allies have alleged.
Sidney Powell appeared at a recent Trump campaign press conference, though a later statement insisted she was not part of the legal team.
The article claims "treasonous swamp rats" in the government are trying to steal the election as the president continues his unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud.
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.
On Monday, Georgia extended two emergency rules to continue the use of secure drop boxes and to require counties begin processing absentee ballots eight days before Election Day.
The president's children have been touted as potential successors should he not choose to run himself again in the future.
Bill Owens has said Donald Trump should "accede to the wishes of the electorate" as the president continues to rally against the election outcome.
Pompeo and the Trump administration continue to claim voter fraud and reject the outcome of America's own much-vaunted democratic process.
"I will allow that he's also a whiny, sulky, petulant, Grinchy, vindictive little 10-ply-super-soft b**** who no doubt is just throwing a wicked pout fest," Norton tweeted Friday.
"Republicans had a plan for stopping voters from getting to the polls. We beat them in multiple states and flipped the outcome," the former Georgia gubernatorial candidate said.
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.
President Donald Trump has criticized the "lamestream media" for declaring Joe Biden the victor and continued his claims of foul play.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday that requiring poll watchers in Pennsylvania to stand "a football field away" during the vote-counting process was a "travesty."
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said President Donald Trump's claims of mail-in voting fraud prevent some Republicans from voting for him in the general election. Meanwhile, a second Georgia county discovered untabulated ballots on Tuesday.
Several states, including Pennsylvania, Wyoming and Nevada, saw record average case tallies in the two weeks since the election.
The Trump campaign has suffered embarrassing setbacks as it tries to fight the presidential election results.
The seven-day average for daily COVID-19 deaths has increased by 34 percent from the figure on November 3, according to Worldometer.
The president has commanded loyalty from allies, but calls for him to give up his election fight are mounting from members of his own party.
The Republican senator touted absentee ballots as she urged people to support her bid for re-election.
Attorney Sidney Powell said on Sunday that top Democrats have written letters about "how corrupt this software is" in years past.
"I don't know even know if I agree with it, but that happens sometimes," Pete Hegseth told viewers.
More than 6.8 million votes have been counted in Pennsylvania, and no candidate has been defeated by one-half of 1 percent or less of the votes cast.
We have turned voting into a sloppy month-long festival with a staggered start and a prolonged, uncertain end.
"He will never put himself in a position where he can lose like this again, first of all," Mary Trump told CNN.
"In this country, voting is a fundamental right and that means that there has to be uniform standards throughout the state of Pennsylvania," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Thursday.
Kory Langhofer, one of the campaign's lawyers, appeared in court to argue a lawsuit filed last week in a Maricopa County court alleging that some poll workers "incorrectly rejected" in-person ballots on Election Day.
The woman says that she is still on probation after being arrested for trying to vote for Trump twice in 2016.