While the major news networks have called the Presidential election for Vice President Joe Biden, lawsuits are still pending from the Trump campaign over alleged voter fraud.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, a rising star in the Republican Party, talked to George Stephanopolous on ABC’s “This Week” about the state of the election and impending court battles.
“What I think is going on here, George, is that this is all premature. This is a premature conversation because we have not finished counting votes,” Noem said. “There are states that have not been called, and back in 2000, Al Gore was given his day in court. We should give President Trump his day in court.”
Noem tweeted the clip, saying there are serious election integrity concerns and the legal process should play out.
“If you look at what happened in Michigan, that we had computer glitches that changed Republican votes to Democrat votes,” she went on to say. “You look in Pennsylvania, dead people voted in Pennsylvania. So, George, I don’t know how widespread it is. I don’t know if it will change the outcome of the election. But why is everybody so scared just to have a fair election and find out?”