Republicans speak out against Trump

A NUMBER of Republican politicians spoke out against during his re-election campaign.

Trump lost to President-elect Joe Biden on Nov. 7 after Pennsylvania cast 20 votes that drove Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris to victory.

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A number of Republican politicians did not support Trump during his presidency and re-election campaignCredit: AFP or Licensor

Who speaks out against Trump?

Senator Ben Sasse was one of the youngest Republican politicians to speak out against President Donald Trump before losing to President-elect Joe Biden.

Sasse has served as the United States Junior Senator for Nebraska since 2015.


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Senator Ben Sasse does not support TrumpPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker also said he did not support Trump and did not vote for Trump in 2016.

Utah Senator Mitt Romney, who ran for president in 2012, has openly criticized Trump’s statements, saying that no “healthy” person could tolerate his behavior.

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has spoken out against Trump
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Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has spoken out against TrumpCredit: AFP or Licensor

Although Sasse, Baker and Romney are the youngest Republican party members to speak against Trump, some other politicians have found that they do not stand behind their party leader.

George Conway is an American attorney who was shortlisted for nominations for the United States Attorney General prior to Noel Francisco’s appointment in March 2017.

George Conway is a founding member of a conservative PAC against Trump
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George Conway is a founding member of a conservative PAC against TrumpPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

In 2018, Conway appeared as a vocal Trump critic despite his wife Kellyanne Conway working for Trump from 2016 to 2020.

Conway is a founding member and advisor to the Lincoln Project, a conservative super-PAC that was founded in December 2019 and is dedicated to the topic of “Defeat President Trump and Trumpism at the ballot box”.

What do you say?

Sasse called Trump “a television-obsessed, narcissistic person,” according to a Washington Examiner recording.

He continued to criticize Trump’s international relations efforts as president, saying that he “kissed the dictators’ asses”.

“I mean, how he ignores the fact that the Uyghurs are in literal concentration camps in Xinjiang right now. He didn’t lift a finger on behalf of the Hong Kong people. ”

Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse said Trump
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Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse said Trump “kiss dictators”.Photo credit: Getty Images – Getty

“The United States is now regularly selling off our allies under his leadership, the way he treats women and impersonates a drunken sailor,” he said.

Governor Baker’s communications director Lizzy Guyton told a CNN subsidiary: “The governor cannot support Donald Trump as president and is focused on guiding Massachusetts through the pandemic.”

Baker was one of four GOP governors who refused to sign a letter supporting the affirmation of Supreme Court candidate Amy Coney Barrett following the death of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney spoke out against Trump’s behavior, saying:

Mitt Romney apologized to his Trump and supporters
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Mitt Romney apologized to his Trump and supportersPhoto credit: Splash News

“The president calls the Democratic vice-presidential candidate ‘a monster’. he repeatedly called the Speaker of the House “crazy”; He calls on the Justice Department to put the former president in jail. He attacks the Michigan governor the day a conspiracy is discovered to kidnap her, “Romney said.

Maryland’s Larry Hogan has been particularly critical of Trump’s approach to the global pandemic.

Hogan wrote in the Washington Post on July 16: “Instead of listening to his own public health experts, the president spoke and tweeted like a man more concerned with stock market boosting or re-election.”

What did Trump say?

Trump has insisted the election “is far from over” after finding out he lost to Joe Biden on a golf course on November 7th.

Trump’s comments come after he was photographed playing golf in Virginia as Biden sealed the election victory after defeating Pennsylvania.

Trump lost to Biden on November 7th
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Trump lost to Biden on November 7thPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

An official statement from President Trump said: “We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pass himself off as a winner and why his media allies go out of their way to help him: They don’t want the truth to come out .

“The simple fact is that this election is far from over. Joe Biden has not been certified as a state winner, let alone one of the highly competitive states headed for mandatory recounts or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges could determine the ultimate winner.

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“For example, in Pennsylvania, our law enforcement officers were not given meaningful access to track the counting process. Statutory votes decide who is president, not the news media. ”

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According to the president, the Trump campaign will begin following its case to “ensure that electoral laws are fully complied with and that the rightful winner is seated”.

He then denounced the Biden campaign because he wanted ballot papers to be counted “even if they are fraudulent, produced or cast by ineligible or deceased voters”.

He lost the historic race when Biden led him in several swing states, including Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Arizona.

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