Prize-winning reporting by the Washington Post and New York Times was "shoddy, dubious and manifestly false," Trump baselessly claimed.
The former presidential nominee was condemned for her remarks, but she was "too kind," Chauncey DeVega wrote in a commentary.
Elder, a Republican talk radio host seeking to replace California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in this week's recall, has rubbed elbows with fringe right-wing figures.
Prosecutors say the United Arab Emirates, a top U.S. partner in the Middle East, illegally interfered in the 2016 election. Do U.S. officials care?
More than 50 Democrats last month bolted to the nation’s capital, but the precise whereabouts of each of them is unclear.
“That event was really our brainchild. The most famous escalator ride in the history of politics was that one,” David Schwartz said.
President Joe Biden pointed to his predecessor’s false claims of election fraud as proof that the U.S. needs new laws to protect voting rights.
National Rally leader Marine Le Pen said her party failed to win any of mainland France's 12 regions, slowing its momentum ahead of the presidential contest.
The former government contractor was sentenced to five years for leaking information about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
President Daniel Ortega's government has detained 12 opponents since June 2, moving beyond candidates challenging him to any prominent opposition member.