Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made it clear to reporters on Tuesday that Joe Biden was not the president-elect of the U.S. until his opponent conceded or court cases have been dismissed and votes certified.
Graham also told the Wall Street Journal that President Donald Trump needs to provide evidence of his allegations of voter fraud “now.”
“Bottom line is you’re attacking the voting machines, you have to prove that, you can’t just say that. You know, there may be proof, I don’t know. But it’s kind of time now to show it in a court of law,” Graham said.
Graham has defended the president and said he should not concede, but should pursue court cases that could change current results.
Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) accused Graham of asking him to throw out legitimate ballots so that Trump can win the state, which Graham said was “ridiculous.”
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