Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson Criticizes Trump For Holding On To 2020 Election

Donald Trump continues to live in the past as he called the 2020 Presidential election a big fraud. His words come at a time when the GOP Governors are preparing for the midterm elections in 2022. Moreover, he said, “If we don’t solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020, Republicans will not be voting in ’22 or ’24.” Arkansas GOP Governor Asa Hutchinson criticized Trump for focusing on the past instead of the future. He said, “Let’s talk about the future. The election has passed, it’s been certified, the states made decisions on the integrity of each of their elections and made improvements where need be.”

Asa Hutchinson and Donald Trump
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Focusing On The Past A Disaster, Says Asa Hutchinson

Hutchinson doubled down on his opinion and made it clear that clinging on to the past will only lead to disaster for the Republican party. He said, “Relitigating 2020 is a recipe for disaster in 2022. It’s about the future, it’s not about the last election. And those kind of comments are not constructive. We can win in 2022 and we’re going to, but let’s focus on the important issues of our supply chain, of getting over this pandemic, about freedom and not the last election.”


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