Rounds made it plain Sunday that he didn’t believe Trump’s conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election being stolen from him.
According to the South Dakota Republican on ABC’s “This Week,” he looked at more than 60 claims from throughout the country as part of his investigation. “Although there were some anomalies, there were none of the irregularities that would have had a significant impact on the result of the vote in a single state.”
According to him, “the election was fair as we’ve ever seen it.”
According to Rounds, Republicans need to get beyond the unsubstantiated claims that Donald Trump was cheated out of victory in the 2022 midterm elections, which might break the Senate’s current 50-50 gridlock.
It would be a terrible mistake if we told our people to avoid voting, “because there’s a lot of cheating going on,” he remarked. And now we must concentrate on how we might win such elections in the future. Sure, why not?”
Along with his opposition to Congress attempting to adopt legislation to bar Trump from running for another term due of his behaviour on January 6, Rounds also stated he would not support impeaching Trump since Trump was already out of power over the Capitol rioting.
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Even though Trump no longer holds the office of president, he said that the Justice Department might still pursue criminal charges against him.
It’s not possible for a former president to have the “shield of the presidency,” he remarked.
Even if Trump isn’t elected president in 2024, Rounds wouldn’t rule out supporting him.
“I’ll give it some thought. I’ve told folks that I’m going to vote for the Republican candidate for president, and that’s what I intend to do. According to him, “I don’t know whether he’s even shown up yet.”