The Washington Post reports:
Just 25 congressional Republicans acknowledge Joe Biden’s win over President Trump a month after the former vice president’s clear victory of more than 7 million votes nationally and a convincing electoral-vote margin that exactly matched Trump’s 2016 tally.
Two Republicans consider Trump the winner despite all evidence showing otherwise. And another 222 GOP members of the House and Senate — nearly 90 percent of all Republicans serving in Congress — will simply not say who won the election.
Those are the findings of a Washington Post survey of all 249 Republicans in the House and Senate that began the morning after Trump posted a 46-minute video Wednesday evening in which he wrongly claimed he had defeated Biden and leveled wild and unsubstantiated allegations of “corrupt forces” who stole the outcome from the sitting president.
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If congressional Republicans still don’t acknowledge Joe Biden’s 7 million vote win more than one month after the November election, then Democrats should not acknowledge any Republicans who won their races in the same free and fair election. https://t.co/3XD3wtEMnz
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) December 5, 2020