Vice President Mike Pence reportedly told President Trump on Tuesday that he did not have the power to block election certification – a remark that followed Trump claiming that the Vice President, who chairs Wednesday’s joint session of Congress, has the “power to reject” fraudulently chosen voters.
According to a report by New York TimesPence reportedly told Trump “that he did not believe he had the power to block congressional certification of Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory in the presidential election despite Mr. Trump to do so, people briefed on the conversation said.
The report follows an earlier tweet from the president, who said the vice president “has the power to reject fraudulently chosen voters”:
Tom Pappert is joined by Jan Morgan live via Skype to explain how Senator Tom Cotton attended the Bilderberg Elite Reunion in 2017 and how he – coincidentally – does not appear interested in preventing Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential nomination to be Donald Trump.
Congress will officially count the votes of the Electoral College on Wednesday. Objections from at least one House and Senate lawmaker would trigger debates in both chambers – a phenomenon expected to happen, with more than 100 House GOP members and more than a dozen GOP senators reporting their intention to oppose voters in disputing states.
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