A last-minute scramble for messaging takes place ahead of a presidential rally and an election that will determine which party controls the Senate.
A virtual conclave between civil rights leaders and the president-elect and vice president-elect centered on racial justice and equity.
“The media doesn’t select the President,” a since-deleted tweet said, accompanied by the image of an altered Washington Times front page showing Al Gore won in 2000.
The former Republican president said the incoming Democratic president “has won this opportunity to lead and unify our country.”
The White House and the president himself have been issuing vague or conflicting information, and sometimes none at all, since his Covid diagnosis.
The masked president ventured outside and was seen waving from inside a black SUV, which passed cheering people standing close together, many of them not wearing masks.
"If we can’t win now, we suck,” one racial justice organizer says.
Republicans say more chaos and violence are in store if Joe Biden is elected, while Democrats say what’s happening is “Donald Trump’s America.”
More than 70 people — including politicians, administration officials and the president’s family — will be featured over four days beginning Monday.
Mark Meadows says that legislation by the House doesn’t go far enough.