Karl Rove wrote in a Wall Street Journal column that President Trump’s lawsuit on Wednesday was “not enough to change the final outcome of the general election” and “unlikely to move a single state” from the list of President-elect Biden.
Why it matters: This political adviser is one of the most prominent among Republicans. He publicly acknowledged that Biden’s plan won because Trump continued to refuse to make concessions.
- Rove is seen as the “architect” of the Bush governor and presidential campaigns, including winning the Democratic Supreme People’s Court in the controversial 2000 election.
- He told Fox News Radio earlier this year that as long as he contacted the Trump campaign, he would give the Trump campaign “pure advice”.
What is he saying: Rove wrote in the column “The election results will not be overturned”
- “So far, there is no evidence of this. Unless it happens quickly, when the states begin to verify the results, the chances of the president appearing in court will drop sharply.”
“The end of this election will be a difficult and necessary step to restore some unity and political balance. Once his days in court are over, the president should make his own contribution to uniting the country by leading a peaceful transition and allowing grievances. “
deeper: The Republican AG in Arizona rejects the right to claim for election fraud, and Biden is expected to win the state