The former president lambasted his successor for his role in Wednesday's riot, calling Trump supporters' violence "a moment of great dishonor and shame."
The president lied that the election was "stolen from us" during an address to rioters who stormed the Capitol.
Global leaders, including U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, condemned the violent scenes in the U.S. Capitol and urged Americans to uphold democracy.
Rasmussen Reports inaccurately suggested the vice president could simply toss out the electoral votes from six battleground states Donald Trump lost.
Over 100 GOP luminaries bashed the president for his "anti-democratic assault" on the integrity of the election.
The gathering may be a long-shot attempt to subvert the process that saw Democrat Joe Biden win the battleground state.
Since the 2000 election, hyper-competitive elections and archaic constitutional provisions have produced a series of escalating political crises.
Across Pennsylvania, activists were prepared to confront a right-wing disinformation effort aimed at delegitimizing the 2020 election results.
For now, the most dangerous scenario for democratic integrity hasn’t come to pass: Trump’s false claim of victory is not being given legitimacy internationally.
“The democracy we fought for is worth the wait" to have all votes counted, despite Trump's wishes, says VoteVets spot.