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Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine says ‘we have to think about’ Biden the President-elect

“I think that we need to consider the former vice president as the President-elect. Joe Biden is the President-elect,” DeWine advised CNN’s John Berman on “New Day.”

DeWine, who endorsed Trump for a second time period, stated that the President and his marketing campaign have “every right” to carry authorized challenges contesting the election outcomes, and that the courts “are the best place, frankly, to adjudicate facts.”

He stated he would not know the deserves of the Trump marketing campaign’s case, however stated it seems Biden would be the subsequent in workplace.

“Look, I’m worried about this virus, I’m not looking at what the merits of the case are. It would appear that Joe Biden is going to be the next president of the United States,” he stated.

DeWine’s feedback come after Karl Rove, the architect of former President George W. Bush’s gubernatorial and presidential campaigns, wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed Wednesday that the 2020 presidential election won’t be overturned no matter Trump’s flurry of lawsuits.
Trump conservative radio ally Hugh Hewitt wrote in The Washington Post that “Trump in 2020 won for everyone in the party but himself” and now “must look forward.” Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera tweeted Wednesday to Trump: “Time coming soon to say goodbye with grace & dignity.”
Two Republican governors who didn’t again the President’s reelection, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, additionally individually criticized Trump for stalling the presidential transition through the Covid-19 pandemic.

DeWine on Thursday argued that the nation now wants to maneuver ahead after the election and unify to fight a “common enemy” — the coronavirus pandemic.

“Look, we just all need to take a deep breath. There is a process for all of this. You need to follow the process. And we need to move this country forward. I think the most important thing is that we come together as a country,” DeWine stated on CNN. “You know, we have a common enemy, it’s not Republicans and it’s not Democrats, our common enemy is this virus.”

“Let’s go fight this virus, let’s don’t fight each other,” he added.

CNN and different information shops known as the election for Biden on Saturday. Trump has not publicly accepted the outcomes nor conceded to Biden, as an alternative pushing baseless conspiracies of voter fraud and that his second time period has been stolen.

CNN’s Paul LeBlanc and Sam Fossum contributed to this report.

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