The RNC in a statement echoed Trump's claim that the investigations are politically motivated, and defended contributing to his legal bills.
"Chairman Bennett is lying and it is disgusting that he'd attempt to raise money off these falsehoods," an RNC spokesperson told the Washington Post.
Lindell did not manage to get a single state to sign on to his Supreme Court complaint that he told supporters would overturn the election.
"You lose forever without me," Trump told RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, according to ABC News correspondent Jonathan Karl's new book. "I don't care."
Two GOP officials penned an op-ed in The New York Times, urging voters to make sure "rational Republicans" don't lose the "GOP civil war."
The RNC and some state governors said Thursday they would sue the administration, but experts said they probably won't win.
Taliban fighters entered the Afghan capital of Kabul and seized the country's presidential palace on Sunday.
"Diabolical Michigan Governor Whiter wants her citizens to get the Mark of the Beast to participate in society," Peter Feaman wrote on his blog.
Justin Riemer, the Republican National Committee's chief counsel, said those claiming election fraud were "misleading millions of people."
The breach comes less than a month after President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin about cyberattacks at a June 16 summit.
Kushner got into "an intense argument" with RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel before the 2020 election, Michael Bender's new book reportedly says.
Republicans discussed a "strategy on social media and big tech" at the former president's Florida resort, CNBC reported.
The retreat offered candidates coveted opportunities to mingle with donors and GOP leaders like former President Donald Trump.
"Mar-a-Lago and Palm Beach are the center of the Republican universe right now," a spokesman for Trump told The Washington Post.
After pledging to halt all political contributions in early 2021, Facebook donated $50,000 to a Republican group that supports voter suppression laws.
The suspect, captured on camera at different points, is accused of placing the pipe bombs at the offices the night before the January 6 insurrection.
Former President Donald Trump sent letters to several major Republican campaign committees warning them against using his likeness for fundraising.