Sanders Tells Trump to ‘Man-Up’ and Say He Lost to Biden
Socialist senator says president is 'refusing to accept reality'
Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders told President Donald Trump to “man-up” and admit he lost the 2020 race to former Vice President Joe Biden.
Sanders told CNN that Trump was "refusing to accept reality" despite Biden's 'victory' only being projected by the establishment media.
Anchor Jake Tapper said:
“President Trump is refusing to accept the reality that he lost the election."
"How could he try to stay in power beyond January 20th?
"What level of threat do you think the lack of progress on a transition poses to the country?”
“I am less and less worried about it because as more and more victories state-by-state are confirmed for Biden."
"I think public support in any way, shape, or form for the president is now going down but I will say this, Jake, Trump will have the distinction of doing more than any person in the history of this country in undermining American democracy."
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"The idea that he continues to tell his supporters that the only reason he may have lost this election is because of fraud is an absolutely disgraceful un-American thing to do, and I would just hope to God he has the decency in him to man-up and say, you know what?"
"We fought hard; we lost the election, good luck to Joe Biden, I love America," Sanders said.
"The fact he is not even cooperating in the transition and the fact he continues to deny reality and to continue to suggest that Biden has illegally won the election is beyond belief in terms of behavior for an American president.”
Sanders' remarks came after Michigan Republicans called for a "full audit" of that state's 2020 count results, citing "serious allegations" against its integrity.
Republican state senators made the call following alleged "errors" and "voter fraud" during the ballot count for the presidential election.
In a letter delivered to Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, GOP state senators Tom Barrett and Lana Theis requested that a "full audit be conducted of the 2020 election before the certification of any results."