The magazine paid special attention to the personal press conference of Trump’s lawyer Rudy Guiliani and lawyer Sidney Powell on Thursday at the Republican National Committee.
Du has declared a widespread conspiracy of voter fraud based on unsubstantiated allegations, which the National Review called “the most despicable and irresponsible performance of a group of lawyers representing the US president.” She rejected unproven theories of voter fraud and called them “a lawy worthy of the commentary of the Breitbart News.”
“If there is serious evidence, Giuliani and common. it needs to be made immediately, ”the magazine said. “It doesn’t matter if the press conference is waving around statements that allow anyone to view them. … This magazine has always taken voter fraud seriously and we hope that anything that happened during this election will be exposed and prosecuted. However, it is important to recognize that the broad 2020 The outline of the president’s vote makes sense. “
The editors of the National Review noted that “the first votes were counted on the same day, which was strongly supported by Republicans, and the last were early votes, which were strongly supported by Democrats.” Rejecting the policy, “the main picture is the same across the country, with no noticeable anomalies – Trump excelled in rural areas, was destroyed in cities, but often with slightly lower margins than in 2016. proved decisive ”.
The magazine also called on Republicans to speak out against Trump’s “deeply undemocratic game” and added that the president had only lost the president-elect. Joe Biden even worse by putting on such a charade.
“It turns a narrow election defeat into a proposal for dishonesty,” the magazine said.
The National Review has repeatedly criticized Trump’s policy as a distortion of conservatism since the beginning of the presidential term, especially in 2016. February.Before Short“It’s clearly visible on its cover.
The latest edition of the magazine echoed another Conservative magazine, the Washington Examiner, which called on the president on Friday.move on“And admit it.
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