Pelosi says the House is ready to decide the president if the election results are disputed.

House speaker Nancy PelosiWith the Trump-conquered districts divided, did Nancy Pelosidemates prepare for House Gain? Not everything on money: McConnell says Congress will take stimulus package in early 2021 Lawmakers see better prospects for COVID deal after election Told NPR On Monday, it was said that the Congress is ready to decide the presidential election if the results are disputed.

“We understand what the law is and what is the priority of the role of Congress and the House of Representatives in particular,” Pelosi said in an interview with the public radio station.

Should the presidential election not present a clear winner by voter vote, then it is up to the House to choose the next president.


“We are ready. There was preparedness. We have been prepared for a while as we see this irresponsibility of the President, his disrespect for the Constitution, for our democracy and for the integrity of our elections. So we are ready for that. Are, ”said Pelosi.

An Axios report on Sunday indicated that President TrumpDonald John Trumpden leads Trump from left-leaning pollster in Texas poll of voters: Making sense of Super Poll Sunday Trump rebukes FBI for investigating supporters accused of harassment of Biden bus Was planning to declare victory on election night should the results show them in the lead. The president disputed that report to journalists on Monday but continued to criticize some states for counting ballots beyond Election Day.

“I think it’s a terrible thing when ballots can be collected after an election. I think it’s a terrible thing when people or states have to tabulate ballots long after the election is over Is allowed because it can do only one thing., “Trump said.

Trump has repeatedly questioned the validity of mail-in ballots compared to absentee ballots and in-person voting. His campaign and other Republicans disputed the perception of some states that they had been allowed to count ballots received after Election Day.

Democratic candidates when asked about the Axios report Joe BidenJoe Bidenbidden leads Trump in a poll of Texas voters from a left-lining poster on the trail: Making sense of Super Poll Sunday. Trump rebukes FBI for investigating supporters accused of further harassing Biden bus Said, “My response is that the President is not stealing this election.”


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