GOP Gov. Calls Trump’s 2020 Election Fixation A ‘Recipe For Disaster in 2022’

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Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) stated Sunday that former President Donald Trump’s ongoing feedback in regards to the 2020 election are “not constructive” and will spell catastrophe for the GOP within the 2022 midterms.

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Hutchinson was requested on NBC’s “Meet The Press” a few Trump assertion launched Wednesday that stated Republicans “will not be voting” within the 2022 midterm election and the 2024 presidential election except the celebration “solves” his debunked allegations about 2020 voter fraud.

“Relitigating 2020 is a recipe for disaster in 2022,” Hutchinson stated. “Let’s talk about the future. The election is past. It’s been certified. The states made decisions on the integrity of each of their elections and made improvements where need be.”

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He added: “It’s about the future. It’s not about the last election. And those kinds of comments are not constructive.”

Hutchinson was amongst a smattering of sitting Republican officers to publicly acknowledge President Joe Biden gained the 2020 election within the weeks after the Nov. three vote. At the time, most Republicans had remained silent or stood behind Trump as he refused to concede and brayed about supposed electoral fraud.

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Nearly a 12 months because the election, Trump continues to commit appreciable vitality to pushing conspiracy theories that the election was stolen from him, regardless of dozens of failed authorized challenges, recounts and audits that confirmed Biden’s victory.

“If we relitigate 2020 over and over again, it won’t change the result in 2020, but we are sure to lose in 2024,” he stated. “If we choose to look forward, bringing positive solutions to the American people who have needs, we win. If we choose to be bullied, we lose.”


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