Prime Trump White Home Communications Official Quits

U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN), who has been in politics for nearly four decades, on Monday made what is probably the strongest call from the upper chamber of Congress to President Donald Trump: It’s over, wind it up.

“When you are in public life, the last thing you remember is what people remember,” the 80-year-old Republican from Tennessee told Trump in a statement he had just released.

“The presidential election is ending quickly,” wrote Senator Alexander. “Recounts are completed, courts resolve disputes. Most states will certify their results by December 8th. “

“Since it is evident that Joe Biden will be President-Elect, I hope that President Trump will be proud of his remarkable achievements, put the country first, and have a swift and orderly transition to make the new administration a success to help. “

Alexander, highly respected in Conservative America, will retire in January.

On Friday, Senator Alexander Trump called on Trump to allow the transition, including releasing the millions of dollars that Congress approved.

He was Governor of Tennessee, Chairman of the National Governors’ Assoc., Secretary of Education, Chairman of the Republican Senate Conference, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, and was first elected to the Senate in 2002.

Alexander was just listed by Carl Bernstein as one of the 21 GOP Senators who despise Trump but do not say so publicly.

My statement on the presidential election.

– Sen. Lamar Alexander (@SenAlexander) November 23, 2020

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