Republican senators joined in a statement calling on Congress to approve the results Presidential election It happened last November 3rd, when Democrat Joe Biden won.
It has confirmed the statement signed by the members Senate Republicans, namely: Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Bill Cassidy and Mitt Romney, say voters have said their word, and Congress must now fulfill its responsibility to certify election results.
The statement was signed by Democratic senators Joe Mancin, Mark Warner, Jane Shaheen, Maggie Hassan, Dick Durban and Independent Representative Angus King.
It is noteworthy that Biden won 306 votes, That compares to 232 votes for Trump in last November’s presidential election.
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On the other hand, a circle close to US Vice President Mike Pence supports the move by several Republican members of the Senate to oppose the outcome of the presidential election, which led to Joe Biden’s victory last November.
The vice president “welcomes the efforts of some legislators to” raise objections to the outcome of the election “on January 6, when Congress convenes to approve the election college referendum, the Pence chief executive said in a statement.
The new and current Republican House of Representatives announced in a statement a few days ago that it would challenge the Electoral College vote at its meeting next Wednesday.
The movement against the election results gained new momentum last Saturday, with 11 Republican senators saying they would oppose a 10-day audit of election results in some states.