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The House's second-ranking Republican, Rep. Steve Scalise repeatedly refused to say on Sunday that the 2020 election wasn't stolen, standing by Donald Trump ’ s lie that Democrat Joe Biden won the White House because of mass voter fraud.

more than 11 months after americans picked their president and almost nine months since biden was inaugurated, scalise was unwilling during a national television interview to acknowledge the legitimacy of the vote.

"i 've been very clear from the beginning," he said.

'If you look at a number of states, they didn't follow their state-passed laws that govern the election for president. '

that is what the united states constitution says.

They don ’ t say the states determine what the rules are.

They say the state legislatures determine the rules," the Louisiana congressman said on “ Fox News Sunday. ” Pressed by moderator Chris Wallace on whether the election went beyond a few irregularities to be considered "stolen," Scalise responded : “ It's not just irregularities.

Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming, who is serving on a House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, on Sunday slammed Scalise on Twitter for spreading what she called Trump´s 'Big Lie'

Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., who is serving on a House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, on Sunday slammed Scalise for spreading Trump's "Big Lie."

"Millions of Americans have been sold a fraud that the election was stolen," Cheney tweeted.

“ Republicans have a duty to tell the American people that this is not true.

It ’ s states that did not follow the laws set which the Constitution says they ’ re supposed to follow. ” Trump left office in January a few weeks after a mob of his supporters stormed the Capitol in a violent riot in an attempt to prevent Congress from formally declaring Biden the winner.

'Millions of Americans have been sold a fraud that the election was stolen,' Representative Liz Cheney (pictured) tweeted. 'Republicans have a duty to tell the American people that this is not true. Perpetuating the Big Lie is an attack on the core of our

As Trump mulls a 2024 presidential bid, he has been intensifying efforts to shame- and potentially remove- members of his party who are seen as disloyal to his bogus claims that last year´s election was illegitimate.

At a rally Saturday in Iowa, Trump spent almost 30 minutes arguing falsely that he had won Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania.

Senator Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, and Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds stood by and welcomed his return to their state.

his former attorney general, william barr, found no evidence of widespread election corruption.

'That is what the United States Constitution says. They don´t say the states determine what the rules are. They say the state legislatures determine the rules,' the Louisiana congressman said in an interview with Chris Wallace on 'Fox News Sunday' of the

Allegations of massive voting fraud also have been dismissed by a succession of judges and refuted by state election officials and an arm of the Homeland Security Department during the Trump administration.

House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy of California, who is vying to become speaker if the GOP takes control after the 2022 midterm election, continues to defend Trump and his false assertions.

Scalise on Sunday appeared to be referring to the legal argument, made in several lawsuits backed by Trump before and after last November's election, that the Constitution gives the power of election administration exclusively to state lawmakers.

The suits sought to invalidate a number of pandemic-era accommodations including expanded mail voting that were put in place by governors, state election officials and judges.

Wyoming Representative Liz Cheney (R), who is serving on a House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol insurrection (pictured), on Sunday slammed Scalise for spreading Trump´s 'Big Lie.'

The high court ultimately turned away the cases, declining to rule on the matter.

There´s no indication in any of the suits that changing the COVID-19 accommodations would have altered a state´s election results.

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