December 14th, US media reported that senior Republicans in the United States urge Trump supporters to accept the results of the presidential election before the electoral college vote on Monday (14).
According to the British “Financial Times” on the 14th, the Republican senator on Sunday (13th) called on voters who voted for the party to unite and urge them to turn their attention to Georgia.
The state will hold a second round of elections for the state’s two seats in the U.S. Senate in January 2021. This election will determine which party will control the U.S. Senate. Senior Republicans worry that the outgoing president’s efforts to oppose the election results may harm the party’s efforts in Georgia.
Senator Bill Cassidy, Republican of Louisiana, told CNN: “If we are still a country under the rule of law, we have a constitution, we have laws…then our next president will also be legally produced.” Casey Dee added: “Some people who support President Trump are talking about overthrowing the Republican Party.
Others are talking about defeating our two senator candidates in Georgia. If there is an internal division, our country and our party will be Unable to stand up. For these reasons, at some point we must unite.”
Senator Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee, told NBC: “The court has resolved the dispute, and the Electoral College is likely to vote for Biden.”
He said that as the first US President Washington said, the most important thing is not the first. The second general election, but the second general election-orderly transfer of power. “Any behavior that detracts from this is not a good thing for the American system.”
According to reports, the electors will meet in the capitals of the 50 states and Washington, DC, to confirm the next president of the United States. Earlier, one of Trump’s final legal challenges to the election results was rejected by the US Supreme Court on the 11th.
“Financial Times” reported that because the outgoing president refused to recognize the November 3 election results; despite the lack of evidence, many Trump supporters still believe that the election was artificially manipulated.
The day before the two senators delivered their speeches, Trump-supporting protesters clashed with police and counter-demonstrators in Washington, resulting in four people being sent to hospital with stab wounds.