President Donald Trump kept his speech against his election defeat going by tearing into Republicans who aren’t joining his allies attempting to block Congress’ certification of the 2020 Electoral College.

After trashing Senator Mitt Romney, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, and other Republicans who’ve drawn his ire, Trump once again called for Vice President Mike Pence to throw out Joe Biden’s electoral votes from swing states during the Congressional proceeding. After that, Trump began to
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