The Hill reports:
The House adopted a resolution on Tuesday to affirm the chamber’s support for a peaceful transfer of power after President Trump last week declined to commit to it if he loses reelection.
Lawmakers adopted the measure in a bipartisan 397-5 vote, with all of the votes in opposition coming from Republicans. Tuesday’s vote followed one last week on a virtually identical measure in the Senate, which lawmakers in that chamber passed unanimously.
Not a single GOP lawmaker spoke in support of the measure during House floor debate. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said last Thursday that Trump will “accept the result of a free and fair election.”
Matt Gaetz (FL), Louie Gohmert (TX), Clay Higgins (LA), Steve King (IA), and Thomas Massie (KY). https://t.co/NyLqWpR7zh
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