Barr told the AP in an interview last year that the DOJ had "not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election."
Christie was candid with Trump about the realities of running for reelection, when voters are looking for a fresh message from political candidates.
Giuliani sought to attend a Trump debate-prep session a day before the Cleveland face-off, but there was a plan in place to tinker with his wishes.
While Christie is known for his blunt talk, the comments were notable since he was considered an ally of the Trump White House.
The former New York City mayor was operating out of a conference room in the campaign's Rosslyn, Va., headquarters, that was "filled" with trash.
According to the book "Nightmare Scenario," a close advisor's infection gave Pence "a firsthand glimpse at how quickly the disease could spread."
With Kushner out of the spotlight, Donald Trump Jr. has become the most politically-active member of the family in the former president's orbit.
While the two have long clashed, the details of Obama's harsher language toward Trump have not been widely reported.
Sen. Warren reflects on her unsuccessful 2020 presidential bid in her upcoming book, "Persist," one year after she exited the race.
Pelosi detailed how upset she was after Hillary Clinton's 2016 loss, saying it was "scary" that Trump could have been elected in the first place.
"The president abused the loyalty and the trust that voters placed in him by perpetuating this noise," Boehner said of Trump's false election claims.
"He stepped all over their loyalty to him by continuing to say things that just weren't true," Boehner told USA Today about Trump and his followers.
For Boehner, a jovial, backslapping politician who is known to publicly cry, McConnell's steely and to-the-point demeanor is quite a contrast.
"The deal is this - Boehner and I got a lot done, but we didn't mince words," he said. "He was right. I did everything I could to cause him trouble."
"I just never saw a guy who spent more time tearing things apart ― never building anything, never putting anything together," Boehner said of Rep. Jordan.
In an interview that will air on "CBS Sunday Morning" this weekend, Boehner, who's promoting his new memoir, described Cruz as an attention seeker.