Trump’s efforts to cancel the election he lost are increasingly undermined by the folly of his legal claims and undermined some prominent Republicans even as most of his party is muted in a constitutional blaze.
The president’s legal team, which is destroying long-standing traditions of peaceful transfer of power, is unleashing long-standing judicial challenges and putting pressure on state election officials. The scene has some top Republicans ready to call up time. “It’s over,” the Republican Party Rep. Fred Upton From Michigan, he said on CNN’s Inside Politics Sunday. Maryland Gov. Larry HoganA frequent Trump critic told CNN about the State of the Union that Trump’s behavior was similar to what was seen in the “Banana Republic.” And even a friend of Trump, the former New Jersey governor. Chris ChristieSpeaking on ABC News this week, Rudy Giuliani described Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani and his colleagues as a “national embarrassment.”
However, there may be a critical point approaching the confrontation between the administration and the president-elect’s team over Trump’s refusal to embark on a transition process, with voting certificates issued Monday in Michigan and in most counties in Pennsylvania.
If local officials move forward – despite a White House intervention that raises unfounded allegations of mass fraud – They will effectively confirm Biden once again the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency. Thus, Trump’s position will become less defensible even if he refuses to retract the false claims he won on November 3.
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