Hillary Clinton: Republicans call Trump election ‘joke’ ‘no backbone’
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton Trump leaves mixed tradition in veteran affairs McAuliffe announces second bid as Virginia governor, hopeless voters will not hand over Donald Trump a second time Republicans who provided credibility President TrumpDonald Trump Trump has called on other Republicans not to oppose the election case: Pennsylvania GOP leader statement on Trump’s ouster in election: ‘I will bomb my house tonight’Unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud accuse him of weakness and disrespect to democracy.
“The election is not near. There is no evidence of fraud. The states have certified the results,” Clinton said in a tweet Thursday. “Yet Trump continues to try to thwart elections at the expense of our democracy.”
“The emperor has no clothes,” he added. “There are no backbones to the Republican election that has been a joke following him.”
The election is not approaching. There is no evidence of fraud. The results are certified by the states.
Yet Trump continues to try to thwart elections at the expense of our democracy.
The emperor had no clothes.
There are no backbones to the Republican elections that have been the joke following him.
– Hillary Clinton (ill Hillary Clinton) December 10, 2020
As President-elect Biden is considered the winner of the November election, Trump and his allies have accused the widespread voter fraud in Capitol Hill and state legislatures of inciting the race in favor of Biden.
The Trump campaign has sued in several states where Biden has won, and cases have often been thrown out by judges based on evidence or merit.
However, some Republicans in the Trump-winning states face legal challenges to the election results. In Texas, there are state officials Case Other states that have already certified election results.
He has also spoken of at least one Republican in the House Competing Once the Congress meets after the first date of the year to formally certify the poll of the Electoral College.
In the run-up to the 2016 election in which Trump defeated Clinton, the real estate mogul expressed concern that the election would be “rigged” against him.
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