From inciting violence to separating families, the repercussions of the Trump administration’s policies and rhetoric will be felt for a long time.
"There’s just nothing to them," Bobby Christine, acting U.S. attorney for Georgia's Northern District, reportedly told staffers.
Jeff Rosen released a three-minute video on YouTube after lawmakers decried the lack of federal briefings in the wake of the attack.
Doug Jensen, a self-proclaimed QAnon follower, was part of the pro-Trump mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol, according to federal agents.
Aaron Mostofsky was filmed wearing fur pelts and a bulletproof vest inside the U.S. Capitol building during last week's attack.
Lauren Blair Bianchi reportedly was "not comfortable" with the Republican senator's efforts to overturn Joe Biden's election win.
Gabriel Sterling, a Republican, debunked the president's baseless allegations and implored voters to cast their ballots in the state's runoffs.
Brad Raffensperger spoke out after Trump pressured him in an extraordinary phone call to overturn the presidential election results.
The president told the state's top election official that there's "nothing wrong" with saying the final vote count has been "recalculated.”
The president, without evidence, accused the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of exaggerating the numbers.
"We want everything," vandals spray-painted on Pelosi's garage door, along with "$2K," apparently referencing COVID-19 relief payments.
The Republican senator broke with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, whose reluctance to move on the heftier payments has drawn bipartisan backlash.
The retail giant blamed a member of its social media team for posting the sassy tweet targeting Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri.
President Trump ranted over the audit results and accused Georgia's secretary of state of rigging the election for his non-existent brother.
The GOP leader said the Senate would "begin a process" to review President Trump's demand for increased coronavirus relief payments.
The Georgia Republicans were forced to take a position on the issue as their highly anticipated runoff races inch closer.
The independent senator has planned a filibuster in hopes of pressuring Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell into taking up the new coronavirus relief bill.
Dr. James Phillips was ousted from Maryland's Walter Reed medical center after bashing the president for potentially exposing others to the coronavirus.
“You don’t get everything you want, even if you’re the president of the United States,” said Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennslyvania.
"Let's do it," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said of the president's proposed change to the latest COVID-19 relief bill.
The attorney general also said he saw "no basis" for seizing voting machines, a move reportedly floated by the president's allies.