Mitch McConnell promises to vote for Trump in 2024, after saying Trump was responsible for the Capitol Hill riot

Last week, Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell condemned Trump after the sacking of the U.S. Capitol. It was “a disgraceful, disgraceful dereliction of duty,” McConnell said. “Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day.”

Yesterday, though, he pledged his vote to Trump, who is all but certain to win the party’s nomination in 2024: “Absolutely.”

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George Conway: Donald Trump’s Refusal To Concede Says 3 Things About Him

“It says a lot about the President and less about the country,” George Conway says on Pres. Trump’s refusal to accept the election results. “It says three things about the President,” Conway says: that he’s delusional, running a scam on the American people and is malevolent.

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Electoral college affirms Biden’s victory on a relatively calm day of a chaotic election

Democrats in the six states where Trump had focused his efforts to contest Biden’s win expressed relief that the electoral college vote unfolded as it had most often in the past: without disruption or hostility.

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Scott O’Grady: Trump Pentagon nominee spreads debunked conspiracies and tweets suggesting Trump declare martial law

Scott O’Grady, a former fighter pilot and Trump loyalist, repeatedly retweeted tweets that falsely stated Trump won the election in “landslide fashion” and that millions of votes were stolen from the President.

On November 25, O’Grady retweeted a tweet that said, “Trump won & Biden & his Comrades will now attempt a coup,” next to a photoshopped image of Biden beside Xi Jinping, the President of China.

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Team Trump’s Four Seasons Fiasco will be tough to forget

What began five years ago with the made-for-TV announcement of Donald Trump’s presidential ambitions from the escalator of his ritzy Manhattan high-rise ended Saturday with his aging lawyer shouting conspiracy theories and vowing lawsuits in a Northeast Philadelphia parking lot, near a sex shop and a crematorium.

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Here a lawsuit. There a lawsuit. Everywhere a lawsuit. And all of them worthless (Daily Kos)

She has a court order (pause for cheers) that says Pennsylvania … must allow Republicans to observe the vote-counting process. Which is fine. Because Pennsylvania already allowed Republicans to observe. Never stopped them from trying to observe. Encouraged them to observe. In fact, they’ve had a live stream of the vote-counting process from the beginning so everyone can observe.

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