On the eve of the election college vote, Trump says he will not give up

With Trump’s efforts to eradicate violence and injuries, over the weekend, President Trump re-publicized the allegations with the blatant attempt to undermine Monday’s election college vote, which officially confirms his defeat.

Speaking to Fox News, Trump said the election debate was “not over”. The interview was broadcast on Sunday, but was recorded on Saturday at a football match between the Army and the Navy. “And we’re still going forward,” Trump said.

Court after court – and even the Supreme Court as recently as Friday – rejected attempts by Trump and his supporters to decisively lose the election. President-elect Joe Biden won the Electoral College for 306-232, which was matched by Trump securing the White House in 2016 and hailed it as a “landslide”. Biden won the referendum with more than 7 million votes.

In an Fox interview, the presenter tried to ask Trump if he wanted to attend Biden’s inauguration, but the president interrupted him. “I don’t want to talk about this,” he said.

Trump’s ongoing allegations, without evidence that the election was stolen, went beyond Twitter’s rhetoric and legitimate shenanigans.

Late Saturday, pro-Trump supporters landed in the country’s capital and clashed with protesters. Among Trump’s loudest supporters were members of the Proud Boys, which human rights activists consider a hate group. More than a dozen people were arrested, four were taken to hospital, and the authorities characterized them with severe knives.

Meanwhile, Republican lawmakers continued on Sunday to refrain from accepting Trump.

While stressing that Trump has a right to enforce legal claims, Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), Who is retiring and has given occasional criticism of the president to the rare GOP, said it was time to reach an end to the post-election period.

“I don’t think his lawyers would have the right to go to court in litigation without various evidence,” Alexander said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “And I think the processes say it’s over on Monday when the electorate votes for Joe Biden, which I expect.”

He urged Trump to congratulate Biden and said the president’s “behavior”, especially the poor handling of the COVID-19 epidemic, had led to his loss.

Others would not go that far.

“A president will be sworn in on Jan. 20, but let this process take place,” Louisiana State Representative Steve Scalise told Republican House No. 2 in a statement to “Fox News Sunday.”