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Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R) on Sunday explained why he established a coalition with 10 other Republican senators to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election. Instead of simply objecting to the certification, the coalition wants to see a “10-day audit” of the results after “unprecedented allegations of voter fraud, violations and lax enforcement of election law, and other voting irregularities.”
“We know that we heard from [Attorney General] Bill Barr and he said he didn’t see fraud. We know that we heard from the states and we also know that we heard from the Supreme Court, who did not hear from the attacks and the cases that said there was fraud,” Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo said. “How do you respond to that?”
“Each of those different players has a different role in our constitutional system,” Cruz replied with a shrug.