US President Trump Still Does not Accept His Defeat
The Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee
Krebs’ latest statement on the security of the 2020 election “was highly inaccurate because of massive irregularities and fraud,” added the president as a justification. The CISA was responsible for the defense against possible cyber attacks.
Shortly after his dismissal, the authorities’ killed head also responded with a tweet: “It is an honor to serve. We did it right,” he wrote. The head of the authorities had reportedly expected his dismissal last week. Krebs and his team had “worked diligently to secure our elections,” said Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. “Instead of rewarding this great service, President Trump is retaliating against cancer and other officials who have done their duty.”
“Rumor vs. Reality.”
There was also a lack of understanding among the Republicans of the Krebs dismissal: “Chris Krebs has done an excellent job – as government officials across the nation will tell you – and he shouldn’t be fired,” said Republican Senator Ben Sasse.
“The November 3rd election was the safest in American history,”
Trump had lost the election on November 3rd against his challenger Joe Biden from the Democrats but has not yet admitted his defeat. The incumbent speaks of alleged electoral fraud and has filed several lawsuits. Trump is also blocking a handover of official business to Biden’s transition team.
Krebs and other leading representatives of the US authorities had rejected Trump’s persistent allegations in a joint statement – without naming the president. “The November 3rd election was the safest in American history,” the report said. They pointed out that the vote had not been tampered with through the use of computer software. “There is no evidence that a voting system has deleted or changed votes – or has been compromised in any way,” said the statement with the Association of State Election Officers.
US President Trump Still Does not Accept His Defeat.
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