REPORT: Republicans May Be Planning Challenge To 2020 Election

The challenges to the 2020 election may not be over.

There is growing speculation that Republicans may be mounting one last challenge, as many members of the GOP have been seen attending meetings at the White House.

Townhall reports:

How the GOP Plans to Challenge the Election Results

President Donald Trump on Monday met with a handful of Republican members of Congress about how to move forward with challenging the results of the 2020 presidential election.

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows tweeted after the meeting saying the group is “preparing to fight back against mounting evidence of voter fraud.”

According to POLITICO’s Jake Sherman, multiple Republicans from the House were spotted at the White House.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram confirmed that Republican Congressmen Mo Brooks (AL), Matt Gaetz (FL) and Louie Gohmert (TX) were in the Oval Office.

It’s no surprise that Gaetz, one of President Trump’s closest allies in Congress, was in attendance. He told Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit that he planned to contest the election results.

See the tweets below:

Is it too little, too late? We will soon see.

 

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