Trump succeeds in dividing the Republican Party after he divided America
As the counting of voters is prolonged, the atmosphere is particularly tense and worrying for former White House President Donald Trump, who has on more than one occasion expressed doubts about the outcome of both official and unofficial presidential elections. Some of his Republican friends in Congress have hinted at the need to reduce the intensity of his speech, while others have said they will continue to support him.
Introducing Trump’s Claims to the Court “at some point”
In a sea of trump’s repeated and untrue allegations about election fraud, Senator Roy Blunt, a Republican, told reporters that “at some point” the White House would have to refer such allegations to court and provide evidence.
“I also don’t think it’s unreasonable for Biden to accept the unofficial outcome and do whatever he thinks he has to do,” he said.
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This informal result was made later Friday, with Biden addressing the people in the evening.
Addressing political divisions
Biden said during his campaign that he would work to address the deep political divisions that plagued the United States.
This action could be done if Trump convinced at least a portion of the American people that Biden’s victory was rigged.
30 percent of Republicans believe in Trump’s victory
Nearly 30% of Republicans accept Trump’s claim that he won the election, although a majority of Americans from both parties do not accept that claim, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
“If the legal votes are counted, I will win easily,” Trump said in a White House statement. He accused Democrats of “trying to steal elections” without providing sufficient evidence.
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Some top Republicans have shown their support for donald trump’s claims. “President Trump won this election,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News.
Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, a staunch supporter of Trump, told Fox News that he is willing to donate $500,000 to support Trump’s legal efforts in several U.S. states.
At least $60 million to help fund Trump’s legal battles
Sources said the Republican National Committee aims to raise at least $60 million to help fund Trump’s legal battles.
But there are other Republicans in Congress who have not shown enthusiasm for a long battle that affects America, especially if it becomes clear that Biden won the fair election.
Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, which Trump easily won on Tuesday, reiterated Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s call for counting votes in accordance with each state’s laws.
“I hope we can reach a final solution as soon as possible,” he said in a statement.
Senator Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate in 2012, is aware of the suffering that could accompany the defeat, but he criticized Trump for claiming the election was stolen.
“Doing so harms the cause of freedom here and around the world… It provokes destructive and recklessly dangerous feelings.”
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