Trump chased “Old Crow Mitch McConnell” in a statement issued after Pence said he was “wrong.”

Side-by-side image of Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell and former President Donald Trump.

Side-by-side image of Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell and former President Donald Trump.Getty Images; Getty Images

  • Friday Mike Pence said he was “wrong” saying that Trump could overturn the election.

  • Trump rebuked Pence and responded with a statement that he had chased Mitch McConnell.

  • “Our country goes to hell!” Trump said in a statement.

Former President Donald Trump issued a fierce statement on Friday after his former Vice President Mike Pence apparently called him “wrong.”

Pence said on Friday Trump was wrong The Vice President says he had the power to overturn the outcome of the 2020 elections.

“This week, our former president said I had the right to” overturn the election. ” President Trump is wrong. He had no right to overturn the election. “

In a statement provided to insiders, Trump responded by chasing Senate minority leaders Mitch McConnell, Democrats, and RINOs, or “name-only Republicans.”

“Just looking at Mike Pence’s statement about the fact that Mike Pence didn’t have the right to do anything about the number of election votes, Old Crow Mitch McConnell automatically made Biden elect president as soon as possible. Except for the conveyor belt, “he started.

McConnell’s representative did not immediately respond to the insider’s request for comment.

Trump went on to mistakenly say that Pence had chosen not to prove the result, and the proposed changes Voter Voting Law Prove that Pence had that authority.

“In other words, I was right and everyone knows it,” Trump said, adding that “Dems and Linos” wanted to prevent the Vice President from guaranteeing an “honest vote.”

“A wonderful opportunity has been lost, but not forever. In the meantime, our country falls into hell!” Trump said.

The Voter Voting Act details how Congress counts presidential voters and resolves controversies over outcomes. Parliamentarians are trying to update the bill to clarify the phrase “keeping the door open for a clear and partisan manipulation of the outcome of the presidential election at both state and federal levels.” Insider Gray Panetta report.

Trump updated his false claim Pence may have overturned the election in a statement earlier this week. Pence’s job as Vice President was to preside over the recognition of the Electoral College, which is primarily a ceremonial role. He had no power to overturn the consequences under the Constitution.

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