In an interview on Sunday, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) advised former President Donald Trump, who wishes to reclaim the White House, to maintain his concentration on the future and his vision for the nation.
“It’s not a law-based ruling. It is a political decision. The hatred of Trump is so widespread. You know, the Democrats want to pack the Supreme Court, abolish the Electoral College, make D.C. and Puerto Rico a state and national elections through HR-1. This Colorado Supreme Court made a political decision. In my view, there is no constitutional basis for the decision they rendered. I think it will be a slam dunk in the Supreme Court. Donald Trump will eventually be on the ballot in Colorado.” Graham said.
“He’s not the first politician to claim to have been denied a fair election. But here’s what I would say, I accept the election results of 2020. I’m worried about 2024. If President Trump puts the vision out, improving security and prosperity for Americans, he will win. If he looks back, I think he will lose.” he continued.
Graham responded, in response to a question regarding his apprehension regarding Trump’s continued assertion of victory in the 2020 presidential election, that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton essentially held the same view as Trump following her loss in 2016.
“I accept the election results of 2020. I'm worried about 2024,” GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham tells @PierreTABC.
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