CNN's Chris Cuomo: Trump Is ‘A Dead Man Walking’
Network host calls President a 'dissident'
Anti Trump CNN host Chris Cuomo called the President a “dead man walking” and a “dissident” for refusing to concede the election.
Cuomo is one of many taking heads among establishment networks who are declaring Joe Biden the President-elect based on their own projections.
Both the Associated Press and Fox News called the race for Biden on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Trump's legal team has filed lawsuits in several states.
Cuomo played clips of former President Barack Obama welcoming Trump to the White House before blasting the president for not doing the same.
“That from a president and now we’re hearing from Trump who is no president, he’s a dissident at best, and a revenant in the main, a revenant, a dead man haunting the halls of a country in crisis,” Cuomo said.
- “So we get what’s going on,” he continued.
“The question is what do we do about it?"
Pres. Trump will be declared the winner of this election as Republicans claim?— Cuomo Prime Time (@CuomoPrimeTime) November 11, 2020
"Based on what?" asks @chriscuomo, pointing to Republican victories all over the country. "...It doesn't make any sense... and they have no proof of the same." https://t.co/K0Qaj7UGzZ pic.twitter.com/or3ymNZjyE
"The first thing is, you gotta keep that energy up, too," he added.
"You’ve gotta be outraged by this."
"Because if this dead man walking and his zombie pals in Congress are looking to make this transition into a complete horror show."
"The only thing that’s going to stop him is the outrage of what they know just bit them in the behinds at the polls.”
On Tuesday, Neon Nettle reported that Biden’s lead dropped below 15,000 in Arizona, as President Donald Trump continued to make gains in the state.
Biden's lead has been reduced by thousands over the course of the last week.
The president is reducing Biden’s overall lead from 16,952 on Sunday afternoon to 14,746, according to another Maricopa County drop.
Trump was short in the Monday evening drop of ballots in terms of overall pace, taking 49.2 percent of the 6,495 votes, according to the Arizona Republic.