Scarces said: “President Trump condemned what happened, and I think everyone should condemn what happened unambiguously, not only on January 6, but in the summer when they burned down the city.”
“You see the left side condemning January 6th as we did. They did not condemn what happened in the summer,” he claimed. “Therefore, let us discuss it in a comprehensive way and say that anyone who resorts to violence to resolve political disputes has no place in the United States and should dispute it unambiguously.”
Scalise’s request was made in response to host Jon Karl̵
“Yes, he is the legitimate president,” Scarris admitted to Biden. “However, if you want to ignore the fact that some states have not followed the laws made by their own state legislation, this is an inherent problem. Millions of people are still dissatisfied and do not want to happen again.”
In some states, an argument made by the president’s attorney is that changes in voting procedures caused by the pandemic were not approved by the state assembly.
Scalises said that many Americans worry about whether these changes will continue into the next election.
“I think this is the biggest frustration for many people. Is it the states that don’t abide by the law, or will they continue to do so in the future, or will we eventually return to the state where the constitution requires us to elect us? Leaders?” he said.