It isn’t clear how much longer Republicans will allow Trump to undermine the United States Constitution, but his latest threat to rewrite a portion of the nation’s founding document to suit his xenophobic and racist tendencies amounts to an honest-to-dog constitutional crisis.
As recounts and lawsuits fail, Donald Trump is now pressuring state lawmakers to overturn the results of the presidential election.
The outgoing president's campaign spent $3 million on a recount that has so far helped Joe Biden expand his lead in Wisconsin.
Trump has no intention of participating in a peaceful transition of power by attending Joe Biden's inauguration.
The state of Wisconsin has been the tightest during the last two presidential elections. In 2016, Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton there by around 24,000 votes. And in 2020, Joe Biden defeated Trump in the state by slightly under 21,000 votes.
It’s been a pretty wild year for Brad Parscale. He originally came onto the political scene by taking care of Donald Trump’s digital campaign in 2016. He impressed the president so much that he was made the 2020 campaign manager.
Twitter flagged President Donald Trump under its civic integrity policy after he continued to post false claims about the election, this time claiming that President-elect Joe Biden can take office only “if he can prove that his ridiculous” popular vote tally was not “fraudulently or illegally obtained.”
President Donald Trump claimed the 2020 election was a “total scam” but still urged Republicans to vote in Georgia’s Senate runoffs, which are scheduled for January. If either of the incumbents––Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue––get enough votes, Republicans will maintain their majority in the Senate.
Trump told reporters that the system in Georgia is fraudulent and actively discouraged his supporters from voting in the state's Senate runoff.
Trump finally took questions on Thanksgiving day where at one point he screamed at a reporter who asked if he will concede.
Joe and Jill Biden spent Thanksgiving thanking teachers, healthcare and frontline workers, as Trump melted down on Twitter.
Almost immediately after the death of Associate Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett, then a federal judge, to fill her seat. The nomination was highly contentious; Barrett came under fire for her views her critics believed would tilt the balance of the court in a partisan direction. The Republican-controlled Senate confirmed Barrett to the nation’s highest court within a month.
President Donald Trump continued to push baseless election fraud claims on Twitter this morning, this time claiming that there is “NO WAY” President-elect Joe Biden, whose transition this week the president finally allowed to proceed, received more than 80 million votes.
Fred Eshelman, founder of Eshelman Ventures LLC, has sued the Houston-based pro-Trump True the Vote Inc. for failing to prove that the 2020 general election was fraudulent. Eshelman is looking to recoup the $2.5 million he donated earlier this month because his requests for updates on the effort to overturn the results of the election were met with “vague responses, platitudes, and empty promises.”
Last night, the Supreme Court voted to bar the state of New York from reimposing Covid-19 restrictions on religious gatherings. The court voted 5-4 in an emergency ruling issued just before midnight. Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was just recently confirmed, sided with her conservative colleagues in a crucial swing vote.
Donald Trump has quite a day on Wednesday. After deciding not to attend a meeting of Republicans in Gettysburg, PA, he called the phone of lawyer Rudy Giuliani. As the lawyer held the phone up to a microphone, Trump begged for the 2020 election results to be overturned.
Over the least year or so, Donald Trump has often been upset with Fox News. At first, the president mostly had problems with straight news anchors like Shep Smith or Chris Wallace. But after the network called Arizona for Joe Biden on election night, all hell broke loose.
During a sham "hearing" run by Pennsylvania Republicans, Donald Trump asked state legislatures to overturn the election.
Trump's big plan to show at a Republican-led PA Senate hearing on election fraud has flopped as the president has canceled his trip.
Rudy Giuliani was supposed to attend a Pennsylvania "election fraud" hearing with Trump in PA, but he may not be able to go because people around him keep getting COVID.