It has now been more than three weeks since Joe Biden was declared the winner of the US presidential election. Because Donald Trump still doubts the legitimacy of the election, there are now increasing voices in the Republican camp who are concerned about their external image.
Republican Senator Roy Blunt told CNN that he hoped Trump would be there when Biden was inaugurated. Trump could retain more influence if he left the White House with dignity, said Blunt. The Senator for the state of Missouri – like other Republicans – apparently also worries about the reputation of his party: Continuing to cling to the conspiracy theories in the course of the presidential election could cause serious damage to the Republicans, so the assumption.
Blunt is tasked with overseeing the inauguration. Like Trump, the Senator refrained from designating Biden as President-elect. Instead, he said it was likely that the Democrat would become president on January 20th. He hopes Trump will accept this, said Blunt.
In an interview with Fox television on Sunday, Trump repeated his unproven election fraud allegations. Because of the increase in postal votes, there was a “massive fraud”, claimed Trump. The incumbent president did not provide any evidence. US authorities and state election officers have rated the vote as safe and successful. There are no known cases of major fraud.
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