President Trump on Saturday accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republicans of failing to represent him in fighting for the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Trump continues to believe that this is “manipulation and theft.”
After the November 3 election and the December 14 election of the Electoral College confirmed Biden’s victory, the president’s latest request is to be held 25 days before the inauguration of Democratic Party Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20. There is only a meeting on Capitol Hill between Trump and the White House on January 6 (congressmen are expected to accept the election results).
Trump suggested on Saturday that this need not be the case, alleging that McConnell and Senate Republicans have not worked hard enough to guarantee him a second term.
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Trump wrote on Twitter: “If the Democratic presidential candidate is stolen in an election and proves that this behavior has reached an unprecedented level, then the Democratic senator will regard it as an act of war and to death Fight.”
In another tweet, the president also accused the Justice Department and FBI of abandoning him. After the Attorney General of the Justice Department, William Barr, announced his resignation, he took office on the last day of the post.
Trump asserted: “Despite the abundance of evidence, the’justice’ department and the FBI did nothing against voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. This is the biggest scam in American history. “They should be ashamed. History will remember. Never give up. See everyone in Washington, DC on January 6. “
In the last tweet on December 19, Trump has invited his supporters to participate in the “Washington Protest” on the day Congress is scheduled to accept the election results.
“There will be wildness!” Trump wrote at the time.
In a subsequent tweet on Saturday, Trump criticized special counsel John Durham’s lack of results into the origin of the Russian investigation, and mocked the US Supreme Court’s “completely incompetent and weak” election fraud charges against him. (Trump’s 2020 campaign and Republicans’ legal efforts in certain state-level legal disputes have largely failed to win voter fraud claims.)
Late Saturday and Saturday, Trump once again urged Senate Republicans to “step up the fight for the presidency”, claiming that his second term was hampered by “swing states’ late-night mail ballots dropping into the ballot box” (video), double Voters, dead voters. “
Many of Trump’s tweets on Saturday were accompanied by a Twitter disclaimer, stating that “this statement about election fraud has caused controversy.”
Also on Saturday, after the Trump campaign disputed the election results in the swing state, Trump stated that he might impose potential sanctions against Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel in defense of His legal team defended.
Trump wrote: “These lawyers are true patriots. They are fighting for the truth, and they are clearly getting closer.” “AG should be sanctioned. Keep going!”
It is not clear whether McConnell and other senior Republicans will heed Trump’s call to act.
After the Electoral College voted on December 14, the majority leader called Biden the first time he was “president-elect,” indicating that he was ready to accept the Democratic Party as the nation’s chief executive in less than a month.
“The Electoral College has spoken, so today I want to congratulate President-elect Biden,” McConnell, R-KY. Said on December 15 that in the Senate, the day after voters voted. “The president-elect is no stranger to the Senate. He dedicated his life to public service for many years.”
Some other Republicans followed suit.
Senator John Thune of South Dakota told the Associated Press on Monday: “At some point, you have to face music.” “Once the Electoral College solves today’s problems, now is the time for everyone to move on. Up.”
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Senator Roy Brent, Missouri, the chairman of the inaugural committee, said that the panel is now “against the president-elect of Vice President Biden.”
As for Democrats, it is reported that the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi told her party members that she is determined to ensure that Trump leaves office on January 20.
Pelosi said: “I plan to use his hair, his little hands and feet to pull him out.”
Adam Shaw, Audrey Conklin and Brittany De Lea of Fox News contributed to this story.