Mitch McConnell isn't necessarily a fan of Donald Trump, but there's at least one name that Mitch will not tolerate hearing Donald being called:
Democrat election-denier Hakeem Jeffries has repeatedly called Donald Trump a "fake president" who won an "illegitimate election."
Despite not having evidence to back up his case, Jeffries has continuously spread lies for quite some time now.
It's gotten so bad that even anti-Trump Republicans like McConnell simply want Jeffries to shut up:
"The newly elected incoming leader of House Democrats is a past election denier who basically said the 2016 election was 'illegitimate' and suggested that we had a 'fake president,' he’s also mounted reckless attacks on our independent judiciary and said that justices he didn’t like have 'zero legitimacy'"
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell from the Senate floor this morning on Rep. Hakeem Jeffries: "The newly elected incoming leader of House Democrats is a past election denier, who basically said the 2016 election was 'illegitimate' & suggested that we had a 'fake president'." pic.twitter.com/MX4dF8ST7j
— Craig Caplan (@CraigCaplan) December 1, 2022
Breitbart recently published a detailed recollection of the election-related lies Jeffries has spread across America:
At least nine times has Jeffries denied the legitimacy of United States elections. He falsely claimed the 2016 election was “illegitimate,” and that it “artificially” made former President Donald Trump president.
In 2019, Jeffries falsely claimed there was a “cloud of illegitimacy that continues to hang over” the Trump administration and that Democrats should “try to figure out what the heck happened.” In the same year, Jeffries again falsely claimed “the cloud of illegitimacy hanging over 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. grows stronger by the day.”
In 2020, he tweeted Trump’s presidency will never be accepted as legitimate. “History will never accept” Trump “as a legitimate President,” he said.
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