President Trump The Senate on Saturday blamed the majority leader Mitch McConnell And other Republicans failed to fight for it on his behalf 2020 Presidential Election – Trump continues to argue “Bad & Stolen. “
The president’s latest remarks came 25 days before the Democrats took office on January 20 Joe Biden, Following the November 3 election and the December 14 election college vote confirmed Biden’s victory. The January 6 session on Capitol Hill alone – expected by lawmakers to accept the election results – stands between Trump and the end of his time at the White House.
It doesn’t have to be that way, McConnell and Senate Republicans Not working hard enough to promise him a second time.
“If a Democratic presidential candidate has an election that is bad and stolen, and there is unprecedented evidence of such acts, Democratic senators will consider it an act of war and fight to the death,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Mitch & Republicans do nothing, just want to get past it. No fighting!”
In another tweet, the president accused the judiciary and the FBI of abandoning him. Attorney General William Barr, who led the DOJ, served his final day on Wednesday after announcing his resignation.
“The ‘justice’ department and the FBI have done nothing about the 2020 presidential election voter fraud, which is the biggest SCAM in the history of our country.” They should be ashamed. History will be remembered. Never give up. See everyone in DC on January 6th. “
Earlier in the day, on Dec. 19, the day Congress was scheduled to accept the election results, Trump called on his supporters to take part in a “big fight in DC.”
“Stay there, be wild!” Trump Wrote at the time.
In subsequent tweets on Saturday, Trump accused Special Adviser John Durham of lacking the results of the investigation into the origins of the Russian investigation, and mocking the US Supreme Court as “completely incompetent and weak” over allegations of election fraud. (In some statewide legal battles, the Trump 2020 campaign and Republican legal efforts have largely failed to generate success in voter-fraud claims.)
On Saturday, Trump again urged Republicans in the Senate to “advance to the presidency,” thwarting his bid for a second time, saying “massive overnight mail-in ballots, ballot box stuffing (in video), double voters, dead voters in swing states.”
Several of Trump’s tweets on Saturday came out with a denial pasted on Twitter, saying “this claim about election fraud is controversial.”
On Saturday, following reports that Trump was pursuing his legal team with Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, the Trump campaign backed Python after it disputed the controversial state election results.
“These lawyers are, obviously, very close to the true patriots who fight for the truth,” Trump wrote. “AG should be allowed. Fight!”
It is unclear whether Trump’s call for action will be heeded by McConnell and other top Republicans.
“The Electoral College has spoken, so I would like to congratulate Joe Biden on his election as President today,” McConnell, R-Guy. Said Dec. 15 on the Senate floor, A day after voters cast their ballots. “The president-elect is not new to the Senate. He has dedicated himself to public service for many years.”
Some other Republicans followed suit.
“At some point, you have to face the music,” said Sen, from South Dakota. John Dune told the Associated Press on Monday. “Once the Electoral College has resolved the issue today, it is time for everyone to move forward.”
Sen. of Missouri, chairman of the founding committee. Roy Blunt said the group would now “deal with President-elect Biden.”
As for the Democrats, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is said to be Told his party members He was determined to ensure Trump stepped down on January 20.
“I plan to pull him out of there with his hair, his little arms and legs,” Pelosi said. According to Politico.
Fox News’ Adam Shaw, Audrey Kanglin and Brittany de Lea contributed to the story.