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Video: Graham invaded by Trump supporters at DC airport

TimesVideoGraham swarmed with Trump supporters at DC airport Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, was accosted in Washington by supporters of President Trump, who called him a “traitor” after failing to confirm the Mr Trump’s false allegations of electoral fraud.

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Video: Fired cybersecurity chief condemns threats against election workers

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Fired cybersecurity chief condemns threats against election workers

Christopher Krebs, the former cybersecurity chief sacked by President Trump after disputing his false allegations of electoral fraud, called on Republican leaders to oppose efforts to undermine the 2020 election.

“Sadly, some of these non-partisan local officials have faced harassment and even death threats. So, can you talk about the impact of these threats? And do you think the president and his allies have done enough to condemn threats of violence? “” I am not aware of much in terms of condemning threats of violence, having been the recipient of some of them, I think it is, once again, an affront to democracy that citizens of the United States of America who are responsible for running This sacred democratic institution of elections is threatened daily. I mean, name it, whether it’s emails, phone calls, people showing up to your house. I – it’s not America that I recognize, and it’s got to stop. We need everyone in the leadership ranks to stand up. I think, you know, I would appreciate more support from my own party, the Republican Party, to speak out on this thing and end it. We must move forward. We have an elected president in President-elect Biden. It is Republicans who put the country above the party. As a result, they are under horrific threats – this is not America.

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Video: Trump Wrongly Says Ballots Counted After Election Day Illegitimate

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Trump Wrongly Says Ballots Counted After Election Day Illegitimate

At a rally in Iowa on Sunday, President Trump cast doubt on the legitimacy of ballots counted after November 3. In fact, no state is legally bound to report the final results on election night, and no state ever does.

“I’ve seen people get an election robbed, and by the way, we’re not going to let that happen to us. You know? With these bulletins. What about the Supreme Court decision, where the Supreme Court – no, that was not good news – the Supreme Court gave them more time, more time. What does that mean? Does that mean we go and wait, so it’s not November 3rd? Is it going to be much later than that? No, we should know the outcome of the November 3 election. The evening of November 3. This is how it went, and this is how it should be. What is happening in this country? What’s going on?”

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