Top Republicans dismiss Trump's refusal to commit to peaceful transfer
Thursday, 24 September 2020
Mitch McConnell insists ‘there will be an orderly transition’ while Trump ally Lindsey Graham says ‘I assure you it will be peaceful’ Leading Republicans have sought to quell fears that Donald Trump could stoke violence in an attempt to cling to power if he loses the US presidential election –...
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