Graham, a Republican who represents South Carolina, criticized the effort as a political stunt on Sunday.
“Proposing a commission at this late date—which has zero chance of becoming reality—is not effectively fighting for President Trump,” he tweeted. “It appears to be more of a political dodge than an effective remedy.”
“They will also need to show that the failure to take corrective action in addressing election fraud changed the outcome of these states’ votes and ultimately the outcome of the election,” he added.
“So you used MAGA to get re-elected and now do this? Disgusting,” tweeted Errol Webber, a Republican candidate for governor of California.
“Have you taken more than 1 second to review the mountains of evidence?” user @MikeLewisImages wrote.
“You just lost your next election. You better back the President. South Carolina deserves better,” commented @jinxyrabbit.
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