Lindsay Graham said Trump bid ‘enough’ to reverse election

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“Trump and I, we had one hell of a trip,” Graham told Trump supporters Wednesday night on the Senate floor after the violent rebellion in the Capitol reorganized lawmakers. “I kind of hate it. Oh my God I hate it … but today I can say that I have yet to count. Enough is enough. I tried to help.”

One of Trump’s strongest blockers, Graham, when they were both running in the 2016 GOP presidential primary, became the president’s closest aide on Capitol Hill during his four-year term, making him one of the top members of the Supreme Court Helped confirm several judges. Senate Judiciary Committee.

Since Biden was projected as the winner of the election in November, Graham has given credence to Trump’s claims that the “rigged” election led to an unfair result.

“If Republicans do not challenge and change the American electoral system, then another Republican president will not be elected,” Graham said days after the election. “President Trump shouldn’t accept. We’re down by at least 10,000 votes in Georgia. He’s going to win North Carolina. We’ve gone from 93,000 votes to less than 20,000 votes in Arizona, where more – more. Votes are to be counted. ”

But South Carolina Republicans on Sunday refused to join the GOP’s efforts to challenge Congress’s 2020 vote, calling them a “political dodge” on Sunday.

Once the Capitol was cleared of protesters who stormed the building earlier on Wednesday, many Republicans who indicated they would contest the election reduced the violent outbreak and said they would now win Biden’s Won’t mind

Graham said, “I don’t buy it, enough.” “We’ll end this.”

Trump also pressured Vice President Pence, who is presiding over the joint session of Congress, to come “through”, a petition Pence said he had no intention of following on Wednesday.

“Vice President Pence,” Graham said, turning to Pence in the Senate chamber. “You will not do what they are asking you to do, because yes you cannot.”


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