Trump blasts Republican governors over election results

The president will head to Georgia today after his attempts to derail and overturn Joe Biden’s victory as he rails against Republican officials.
3:06 | 12/01/20

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We get the latest on president trump's losing battle to overturn the election. All six states where he contested results have now certified Joe Biden won as Republicans worry the president will undermine their chances in two critical senate elections if he continues to attack officials there. Mary Bruce tracking it all. Reporter: President trump's attempts to derail Joe Biden's victory and overturn the results of the election have failed in every single state that trump contested but the president is still going, railing against these states going after their Republican officials and there are concerns the president's false claim cost have lasting consequences for Republicans. As state after state certified Joe Biden's victory, president trump is now turning on his fellow Republicans, furious they won't overturn the will of voters. Overnight trump taking aim at Arizona's governor Doug Ducey for signing off on the results in his state. A win for Biden and mark Kelly, the president tweeting why is he rushing to put a Democrat in office especially when so many horrible things concerning voter fraud are being revealed. But there was no fraud and trump's team has put forth zero evidence. Ducey defending the integrity of the vote in his state writing I've been pretty outspoken about Arizona's election system and bragged about it quite a bit including in the oval office. In Georgia, where Biden's victory was finalized over a week ago trump is still attacking Republican officials. As the state gears up for two runoff races that Wil determine control of the senate there's now growing concern among Republicans his baseless unproven conspiracy theories could cost them votes. The chair of the RNC Rona Mcdaniel asked by one Republican voter why they should even bother to vote if the president says the whole system is rigged. How are we going to -- It's not decided. Reporter: Republicans are still counting on president ump to help drive turnout in those Georgia runoff races.the president is expected to rally his supporters there this weekend. Meanwhile, Joe Biden today continuing to forge ahead. He'll be announcing in person his history-making economic team. This is part of his attempt to make good on his promise to diversify the white house and address income and equality and help working families. Laying the groundwork for January 20th when he will be president. The president's effort is futile based on false claims but one big side benefit for president trump. Reporter: The side benefit is a massive amount of money. President trump is reportedly raore than $150 million for his official election defense fund this. Is a huge amount of money raised off completely misleading claims and appeals for his attempt to overturn the election results. Now, a fraction of this money will likely go to fund whatever is left of the president's legal fight here but most of this money there is very few restrictions on any of this and most of it will likely go to fund the president's own personal activities, presidential political activities once he leaves the white house, George. Mary Bruce, thanks very much.

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