Here’s what he said.
According to the Daily Caller, Sen. Lamar Alexander slammed NBC host Chuck Todd stating that the election will end when the electoral college formally certifies the results.
“Why aren’t you covering that race?” Alexander asked.
Todd said it’s a question that “deserves to be asked,” then slammed so-called “whataboutism” that attempts to “dismiss the president’s behavior.”
“But I would think if you’re going to talk about Donald Trump all the time, you might mention Stacey Abrams once,” said the Tennessee senator, who is retiring after three terms. “After all, Georgia is where the Senate races are.”
“Georgia is mentioned all the time,” said Todd. “I’m not here to debate that.”
“Well, why aren’t you?” Alexander said. “I have consistently said that if the president loses, and it appears that he will, when the electors vote, he should put the country first, take pride in his accomplishments, congratulate Joe Biden and help him off to a good start, especially because of the vaccine.” You can read the full article here.
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