Republican Leaders Refuse to Pass Resolution Stating Biden Is President Elect

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The Inau­gur­al Com­mit­tee in the US House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives today has refused to pass a res­o­lu­tion that would have acknowl­edged Joe Biden as the pres­i­dent-elect. Rep. Ste­ny Hoy­er brought the “motion to affirm that inau­gur­al prepa­ra­tions” would com­mence for Joe Biden, and Repub­li­cans on the com­mit­tee stout­ly refused.

All three Repub­li­cans on the Com­mit­tee, includ­ing House Minor­i­ty Leader Kevin McCarthy, Sen. Mitch McConnell, and Sen. Roy Blunt, refused to sup­port the motion. House Speak­er Nan­cy Pelosi, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar round out the JCCIC along with House Major­i­ty Leader Ste­ny Hoyer.

Sen. Blunt took issue with the motion, say­ing that the Joint Con­gres­sion­al Com­mit­tee on Inau­gur­al Cer­e­monies (JCCIC) was try­ing to “get ahead of the elec­toral process. Blunt said that the “JCCIC is fac­ing the chal­lenge of plan­ning safe Inau­gur­al Cer­e­monies dur­ing a pan­dem­ic,” and that that they should “adhere to the com­mit­tee’s long-stand­ing tra­di­tion of bipar­ti­san cooperation.”

 

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