"The Daily Show" host pointed out the absurdity of Trump wanting to run the country again after his organization was found guilty of financial crimes.
Ron Brownstein pinpointed a "consistent trend" that's not good news for the GOP.
The Fox News personality said she was "p**sed" and "mad" about the Donald Trump-endorsed candidate's defeat in the Georgia Senate runoff.
Twitter users, meanwhile, cracked ketchup jokes about the conviction of the former president's company for tax fraud.
“Disappointed with the verdict in Manhattan, but will appeal,” the former president said Tuesday.
Stuart Varney, once a loyal defender of the former president, criticized Trump on multiple fronts.
The House Ethics Committee found the departing congressman financially benefited from a cryptocurrency that he was promoting and violated conflict of interest rules.
In the process, #TrumpCrimeFamily became a trending term.
The request signals a focus on the former president's failed effort to stay in power through fake electors.
Manhattan prosecutors alleged a 15-year scheme to pay executives off the books to avoid taxes.