Mitch McConnell, US Senate Refused To Acknowledge Joe Biden’s Win and Backs Donald Trump
The post-Electoral dilemma occurring in the White House of another escalation, Mitch McConnell, Senate Majority Leader of the United States said that the US presidential election is not over yet.
Still, Donald Trump can be the president of the US once again.
The leader now has said, and he refused that he will not accept Joe Biden’s win till the election are not over.
On Tuesday while speaking, Mitch McConnell told: “Until the electoral college votes, anyone who is running for office can exhaust concerns about counting in any court of appropriate jurisdiction. It’s not unusual. It should not be alarming. At some point here, we’ll find out, finally, who was certified in each of these states and the electoral college will determine the winner and that person will be sworn in on January 20th. No reason for alarm.”
He said by arguing: “I don’t think anything that’s occurred so far interrupts an ordinary process of moving through the various steps that I’ve indicated and allowing if there is a new administration it to work through the transition. All of these steps will be taken at the appropriate time.”
Roy Blunt, another Republican Senator, said a message: “the President wasn’t defeated by huge numbers – in fact, he may not have been defeated at all.”
Mitch said: “We’re ready to get going even though there’s some suspense about whether we’ll be in the majority or not, which will be answered in Georgia on January 5th.”