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Trump charges against members of his party in the first rally after his defeat in the elections

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has charged against several members of his own party in his first rally after his defeat, not recognized, in the presidential elections on November 3.

Trump has again insisted on an act in the state of Georgia that has not yet been proven to have lost the elections, despite the fact that the states have already certified the votes that Biden needs to be appointed president by the Electoral College.

In defense of this position of his campaign that maintains that there has been an electoral fraud against Trump of which he has not shown evidence and that his campaign has not been able to demonstrate in the dozens of lawsuits he has lost in court, the New York tycoon has charged against the Republicans who have recognized Biden’s victory.

Trump has created the acronym ‘RINO’, whose translation in Spanish would be ‘Republicans in name only’, to charge against 25 congressmen and senators from his party who, when asked by ‘The Washington Post’, recognized Biden’s victory.

Before the event, the still US president has charged on Twitter against the Republican governors of Arizona and Georgia, Doug Ducey and Brian Kemp, whom he has accused of “fighting harder” against him than against the Democrats.

The United States Department of Justice has been the last body to verify that there is no evidence of any fraud in the elections.

Trump has visited Georgia one month before the elections that will decide who will hold the last two seats in the Senate. If the Democrats win both elections, they would control both the Senate and the House of Representatives, so the Biden presidency would not necessarily have to negotiate with the Republicans for the approval of laws.

The latest polls show the Democratic candidates, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossof, slightly ahead of their Republican opponents, current Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, yet the differences fall within the margin of error of the polls.

Trump has accused the Democratic candidates of being “radical” and “extremists” and has after the event, called on his supporters to go to the polls in “RECORD” amounts to “take revenge on Democratic attempts to steal the elections.”

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