McEnany Says Trump Won’t Concede Until Legal Challenges Are Resolved

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McEnany also argued Trump’s reaction to the election was justified thanks to the “inexcusable” transition she says Trump himself received in 2016.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany reiterated to reporters on Friday that President Donald Trump won’t concede until his legal challenges have been resolved.

McEnany held her first press conference at the White House and took questions from the press for the first time in weeks.

McEnany also defended Trump’s reaction to the election, saying it was justified thanks to the “inexcusable” transition she says Trump himself received in 2016.

On Thursday, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani laid out the president’s legal plans alongside lawyer Sidney Powell who claimed to have “at least 10” witnesses affirming election fraud. 

Giuliani said they have hundreds more, but he “can’t show them to you” for fear of their safety.

Additionally, Powell said the Dominion voting machines were rigged against the president.