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Isolated at the White House, Trump Makes Last-Ditch Effort to Overturn 2020 Election

HeadlineDec 22, 2020

On Monday, Trump and Vice President Mike Pence held a private meeting with a group of Republican lawmakers, including Congressmember Mo Brooks of Alabama, to discuss ways to overturn the Electoral College results in January. The conspiracy theorist lawyer Sidney Powell was also back at the White House for her third visit in four days.

Meanwhile, televangelist Pat Robertson has urged President Trump to retire, saying he believes Joe Biden won the election.

Pat Robertson: “The president still lives in an alternate reality. He really does. People say, 'Well, he lies about this, that and the other.' But, no, he isn’t lying. To him, that’s the truth. … He is very erratic. And he’s fired people, and he’s fought people, and he’s insulted people and keeps going down the line. So, it’s a mixed bag. And I think it would be well to say, ’You’ve had your day, and it’s time to move on.’”

Robertson represents millions of evangelicals around the country, some of the strongest of the base of President Trump.

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