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Campaign 2020 / Trump vs. Biden / Election Challenge #1278673

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 02, 2021
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(Studio: Whit Johnson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Alex Presha) The final challenge from President Trump & Republicans to the results of the presidential election won by President-elect Joe Biden featured; details given of allegations of voter fraud that have bee rejected by the courts. [Senators Josh HAWLEY@, Angus KING@- offer differing opinions on the challenge: democracy vs. Trump.] [Dec. 30, Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - comments on the Electoral College.] The Georgia Senate runoff elections with Senator Kelly Loeffler possibly joining the dissenting Republicans discussed.

(Studio: Whit Johnson) The vandalizing of the homes of Pelosi & Senator Mitch McConnell over the COVID stimulus package noted.

Reporter(s):
Johnson, Whit;
Presha, Alex
Duration:
00:03:10

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