U.S. President Trump tweeted on January 5 local time that Vice President Mike Pence “has the right to refuse fraudulently elected voters”.
Vice President Mike Pence will preside over a joint session of Congress on the 6th to finalize the vote count of the electoral college, ending the 2020 presidential election in the United States.
Trump pressured Pence to overturn the election results of the Electoral College at a joint meeting on the 6th, and Trump demanded that Pence take measures beyond the constitutional scope.
According to CNN, the results of Pence’s certification of electoral votes on the 6th are more ceremonial.
If Pence refuses the will of voters and wants to choose another group of voters, it will be unprecedented and contrary to the U.S. Constitution, and is destined to be rejected by both the Senate and the House of Representatives.