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McConnell: ‘Every legal vote’ should count


Senate Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Michelle McConnell: Memo: Trump hits out as tide moves for Biden Senate Republican, Trump challenges Trump as George Floyd’s brother counts: Biden’s own Want a chance to prove more. (R-Ky.) On Friday asked “every legal vote” to be counted and said “all parties should follow the process.”

“Here’s how it works in our great country: every legal vote should be counted. There should not be any illegally submitted ballot. All parties must follow the procedure. And the courts here apply the law And disputes to be resolved. McConnell tweeted how the US vote decides the outcome.

The comment can be read as supporting McConnell President TrumpDonald John Trumpden led Biden in Georgia ahead of Trump, gaining edge in Georgia, profiting in Pennsylvania gore: This election is over 2000 ‘completely different’However, McConnell stopped making claims about the fraud, which Trump has said repeatedly on Twitter and in remarks at White House briefings.

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Members of Trump’s family have pressured Republican office holders, including McConnell, to stand on the issue.

But McConnell’s remarks remained mostly tied to the safe line, that legally filed ballots should be counted.

Sen Pat tomiPatrick (Pat) Joseph ToomeyAppeals Court Rules NSA’s wholesale phone data collection backfires over illegal Dunford chair coronovirus oversight panel consideration GOP senators push for quick, partially reopening of economy (R-Pa.) Earlier on Friday pushed back Trump’s claims of cheating in Pennsylvania.

“I saw the President’s speech last night and it was very difficult to see. The president’s allegations … have not been substantiated yet, “he told Sawan Guthrie on NBC’s” Today “show.

Tommy announced last month that he would not seek a reunion in 2022.

Trump on Thursday evening received Pennsylvania election officials without an election symbol or identification after counting the ballots and accused the alleged Michigan election officials of “copying the ballots.”

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