Member of the Republican Chamber of Michigan on Sunday launched his own tag with a grill, begging the president Donald Trump to “stop the fool“And to abandon fictitious attempts to cancel the election.
“Oh God,” reporter Paul Mitchell (R-Mich.) Told Twitter about Trump’s latest false accusations, similar to those he repeated without evidence when he lost to the president-elect. Joe Biden.
“Please, for the sake of your nation, abandon this argument without evidence of factual basis,” Mitchell wrote.
Mitchell replied to Trump’s Sunday night tweet: “There are big things going on in various lawsuits over election fraud,” Trump wrote, adding, “Everyone knows it was a fake.”
Like almost everything Trump is now tweeting about the election, Twitter has labeled his new lawsuit “disputed.”
Trump and his campaign have lost dozens of cases challenging the election results. A disturbed federal judge in Philadelphia last week – appointed by the president – broke one of the cases aswithout merit“Or evidence.
Many people who responded to Mitchell on Twitter praised Trump’s comment. He also received a summons from a lawyer George Conway, the man of a former White House counselor who never interrupted Kellyanne Conway.
But others criticized the criticism too little, too late.
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