As courtroom losses mount, Republicans are beginning to turn on President Donald Trump and are asking him to concede to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The Trump campaign won a small victory in Pennslyvania on Monday, where the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals granted the Trump campaign a hearing that could impact up to seven million votes.
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Still, time is running out for Trump’s legal team to deliver their evidence in a court of law. Many of the battleground states the Trump campaign needs to win 270 electoral votes have, or are soon going to, certify their results in favor of Biden.
Once that happens, it would take an extraordinary miracle to reverse the election. Supporters and allies have urged Trump’s legal team to move quickly and present the evidence of widespread fraud into a court of law, instead of presenting things like affidavits at press conferences.
Meanwhile, some elected Republicans like Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-T.N., and Sen. Pat Toomey, R-P.A., have started to publicly push Trump to concede.
But is that the right move?
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Should Trump concede like some of his former allies are asking?
Or should he fight to the bitter end?
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