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Trump Blasts Sen. Rounds For Dismissing Vote Fraud Claims

'I will never endorse this jerk again... '

Former President Donald Trump torched Senator Mike Rounds for the South Dakota Republican’s comments denying that there was vote fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

“Rounds made a statement this weekend on ABC Fake News, that despite massive evidence to the contrary, including much of it pouring in from Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other states, he found the election to be ok—just fine,” stated the Trump news release. “Is he crazy or just stupid?”

Appearing on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Rounds said that they took a look at over 60 allegations of voter fraud but found that while there were some irregularities, none of the them rose to the level that would have changed the outcome of the presidential election.

“The election was fair,” Rounds told Stephanopoulos, “as fair as we’ve seen. We simply did not win the election as Republicans for the presidency.”

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Rounds also said that a decision on whether Trump would face charges because of complicity in the leftist-labeled riot on Jan. 6, 2021, should be left to the Department of Justice if they have evidence that the former president helped foment the riot.

“If they think they (the Department of Justice) have got that, they can bring the evidence forward. In my opinion, they haven’t done that yet,” Rounds said.

Trump blasted Rounds as “weak” and promised to never again support the senator.

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“The only reason he did this is because he got my endorsement and easily won his state in 2020,” said Trump, “so now he thinks he has time, and those are the only ones, the weak, who will break away. Even though his election will not be coming up for five years, I will never endorse this jerk again.”

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