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Trump Calls On Followers To Oust ‘RINO’ Governors In Georgia And Arizona Over Election Loss

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President Donald Trump on Saturday morning railed against top Republican officials who did not support his baseless claims of voter fraud as he tried to undo his loss. In his latest tweet, Trump singled out Republican governors of Georgia and Arizona, claiming they allowed the presidential election to be “stolen” and must be voted out.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey drew the ire of the president on Twitter, as he labeled them “RINO” members of their party, meaning “Republicans in name only.”

“Who is a worse governor,@BrianKempGA of Georgia or@dougducey of Arizona??? These are two RINO Republicans who fought against me and the Republican Party harder than any Democrat. They allowed states that I won easily to be stolen. Never forget, vote them out of office!” the president tweeted Saturday morning, blasting a wide range of some of his closest political allies.

“You can’t rely on @BrianKempGA. Unlike other governors for the many states I won, he lost total control. Signature verification???” Trump wrote earlier Saturday.

Trump has been threatening Kemp with a primary challenge in 2022 after he rejected to overturn the result of the November election.

The president also accused his attorney general, Bill Barr, and several Supreme Court justices whom he nominated to their roles, for having “ZERO interest” in pursuing the “greatest voter fraud ever perpetuated,” a claim for which he provided zero evidence.

The Arizona Supreme Court upheld Biden’s victory last week, rebuking Republican challenges to the state’s “safe harbor” deadline ahead of the official Electoral College vote. Biden won Arizona by more than 10,000 votes, and he won Georgia by roughly 12,000 votes.