- After a meeting with President Donald Trump at the White Home on Friday, Republican lawmakers from Michigan stated they “have not yet been warned of any details that would change the outcome of the election in Michigan.”
- The lawmakers launched a joint statement following the meeting, stating they used the time to inform the president that Michigan is in need of federal aid to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
- They also said Michigan’s electoral votes would go to the candidate who got the most votes, affirming President-elect Joe Biden would win the state.
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Trump welcomed the bulk leader of the Michigan State Senate, Mike Shirkey, and the Michigan House speaker, Lee Chatfield, to Washington as part of his efforts to overturn the will of citizens and overturn the results of the 2020 election.
The lawmakers released a joint declaration after the conference, saying they utilized their time with Trump to inform the president Michigan is in need of federal aid to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. They said they delivered a letter to the president and leaders in Congress to ask for that more federal funds be made offered.
The president and his allies have apparently attempted to stop or slow the accreditation of results in battleground states in an attempt to have lawmakers designate pro-Trump electors wh