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US: Trump opens last front in fight against Biden election, rallies with supporters

Leaving his New Year’s break in the middle, US President Donald Trump returned to Washington to begin his latest campaign to challenge the results of the presidential election. His supporters have announced a massive rally in Washington on January 2 against the Democratic Party’s Joe Biden election. Trump was busy promoting the rally through Twitter and his other media. On Saturday morning (Indian time) he tweeted and retweeted his Twitter handle.

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The final process of the US presidential election is in the form of approval by the US Congress. It’s usually a formality, but this time Trump and his supporters are using it for political reasons. His aim is to do the most damage to Joe Biden’s credibility as president. In this continuum, the Republican Party’s Donald Trump support group is not giving up at the last minute in the election process.

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The new scrutiny has now been overturned by Republican Senator Josh Howley from the state of Missouri. He has announced that he will object when the Congress (Parliament) counts the votes in the Electoral College next week.

Under the American electoral system, voters elect 538 members of the Electoral College. The meeting of the Electoral College was held on 14 December, where its members formed a formal election to elect the President. Congress has counted the votes of the Electoral College in its first meeting. The meeting was held on 5 January. In general, all these processes are merely conduct. But this time Trump and his supporters could not accept their defeat. They are still heavily involved in creating the impression that Democratic candidate Joe Biden has won the election fraudulently.

Objecting to a member’s election college vote count in the Senate means that both houses of Congress – both the Senate and the House of Representatives – must vote on the question of whether the Electoral College is a member of Congress. That is, if Holly objects, on January 6, both houses will have to vote on whether to accept Biden’s victory. In the Electoral College, 30 of the 30 members voted for Biden, and on that basis they won the presidential election.

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Experts say Holi’s objections will not change the outcome. Because the Democratic Party has a majority in the House of Representatives. Both parties have equal members in the Senate. But many Republicans have said they do not want to disrupt the election. Nevertheless, this objection will delay the official announcement of the results. Some more Republican Trump supporters are likely to join Hawley in registering the senator’s objection. His goal is to debate the issue as long as possible, so that the country’s attention is focused on Trump’s election demands.

Although Republican leaders in the Senate are not in favor of submitting objections. In this House, Republican John Thun of the Republican Party has publicly stated that he is not in such an effort. That’s why both of them have been the victims of Trump’s displeasure. Trump sharply criticized Thun in a tweet. Significantly, Trump has put constant pressure on Congress to reverse the election results.

According to analysts, Trump’s popularity among Republican supporters is so high that most of the party’s leaders or MPs do not have the courage to publicly oppose Trump. There are many leaders who believe in private conversations that Beadon lives legally. In a statement, however, he backed Trump’s claim that Baiden’s victory was due to electoral fraud. Although Trump supporters have yet to present any concrete evidence of fraud. The petition of Trump supporters has been rejected in court.

Nonetheless, House Trump’s pro-Republican member Mo Brooks says many of his party’s lawmakers are planning to challenge the election results in six states. If that happens, Congress should be given at least 12 hours to debate the election results. Analysts say it will be a kind of political drama and that is what Trump wants. Trump’s strategy is to make more and more people think that Biden is not a legitimately winning president.

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