Donald Trump, 12 Republican senators demand change of US vote

Donald Trump, 12 Republican senators demand change of US vote

Donald Trump Not giving up, now includes 12 Republican senators Ted Cruz, The former presidential candidate is also considered a pope candidate in the next election in 2024, and they want to follow him in the battle to challenge the vote.

Twelve of the 52 Republican senators intend to support a colleague’s opposition Josh Howley Certification of the Presidential Vote in the Congress Constituency on January 6th. CNN reports. The group cites an 1877 example of the presidential challenge between Samuel Tilden and Rutherford Hayes, marked by allegations of electoral fraud in various states.

Twelve senators will vote against the Electoral College result on Wednesday when the congressional meeting convenes to formalize the vote count. Senators: Ted Cruz (Texas), Josh Howley, Ron Johnson (Wis.), James Langford (Okla.), Steve Daines (Mont.), John Kennedy (La.), Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.), Mike Brown. (Indent), Scindia Lummis (vv.), Roger Marshall (Conn.), Bill Hogerti (Tenn.) And Tommy Tuberville (v.) Said in a joint statement that they would vote against accepting the election results.

«Congress should immediately appoint a Commission of Inquiry, an Election Commission with full inquiry and fact-finding powers, to conduct a 10-day urgent audit of election results in the disputed states.», They said. «Upon completion, the individual states will evaluate the results of the commission and, if necessary, convene a special legislative session to certify the change in their vote..

Last Updated: January 3, 01:15


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