Lindsey Graham: Biden Not ‘President-Elect’ Until Trump Concedes, or Court Cases Have Been Dismissed and States Certify

Lindsey Graham: Biden Not ‘President-Elect’ Until Trump Concedes, or Court Cases Have Been Dismissed and States Certify


Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told reporters on Tuesday that Joe Biden (D) is not officially “president-elect” until President Trump concedes or the states have certified the results and the court cases have been dismissed.

The Wall Street Journal’s Lindsay Wise detailed a Q&A with the South Carolina senator, who told reporters that it is “now” time for Trump’s team to provide proof to back its mounting questions on the integrity of the election.

“Bottom line is you’re attacking the voting machines, you have to prove that, you can’t just say that. You know, there may be proof, I don’t know. But it’s kind of time now to show it in a court of law,” Graham said, according to Wise.

“We are at the point now where recounts are going on and it’s now time to put it up,” he added.

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When asked for a timeline on when it is time

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