WASHINGTON — Pressure for President Donald Trump to start the transition process to President-elect Joe Biden built among Republicans in the U.S. Congress on Friday, as several voiced doubts over Trump’s claims of fraudulent voting.
Senator Lamar Alexander, who is retiring at the end of the year, said Biden had a “very good chance” of becoming the next president, and urged the Trump administration to begin the transition process. The loser of this election should “put the country first, congratulate the winner and help him to a good beginning of the new term,” the Tennessee senator wrote in a statement.
Michigan Representative Fred Upton told reporters Friday, “I’ve not seen …
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