Representative Issa says Trump should attend the Biden inauguration

Rep.-elect Darrell NowDarrell Edward Issa Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Mastercard – Modern Vaccine Approaches US Approval; Congress mentions “progress” over Issa’s aid project, Campa-Najjar defeats in California House race Democrats backed by chamber embrace last-stage approvals MORE (R-California) said Thursday it hopes President TrumpSecretary of State Donald Trump gives positive results for COVID-19 after two days of meetings with officials: he reports that the South Carolina Republican tested positive for coronavirus a few hours after speaking at Trump’s house to name Giuliani’s son as the Holocaust Memorial Council. MORE will participate in the president-elect Joe BidenJoe Biden Booker: COVID-19 aid bill is “far from” the pandemic of aid desired for states and communities Trump to name Giuliani’s son in the role of the Biden Holocaust Memorial Council would save US 6 billion construction of border walls: MORE reportNext month’s inauguration, amid speculation, Trump could skip the four-year deal.

“You know from George Washington that there has been a peaceful transition of power, and I think it’s important for it to continue, so of course I would,” he said at The Hill’s “Meet New Members” event. he was asked if Trump should attend the January 20 inauguration.

“The reality is when the outgoing president and the incoming president join, it is a unique moment. It’s a time when America respects both of them during the transition and it’s an important time, and I hope it happens. “

Issa is the latest Republican to indicate that Trump should attend the event, which means a peaceful transition of power. Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamHillicon Valley: Texas, other states introduce antitrust lawsuit against Google Krebs emphasizes election security as senators head to head Twitter fights coronavirus vaccine misinformation False accounts posing as GOP leaders at Parler sell Trump hats and CBD oil: report With Senate at stake, Georgia is in our minds MORE (RS.C.), a top ally of the White House, said last month before Biden’s victory was certified by the Electoral College that this would be “good for the country”.

Issa is known to be close to Trump. He supported him in 2016 and was nominated to lead the US Trade and Development Agency, although he never received Senate confirmation for the position.

Trump refused to acknowledge his loss to Biden, even after the Electoral College earlier this week certified Biden’s victory in the White House race.

The president and his allies have launched a comprehensive legal campaign aimed at annulling the election, claiming that widespread electoral fraud has cost him re-election. However, virtually all trials have been expelled, including by some judges appointed by Trump, due to lack of evidence or the state.

Issam, entering the second stage of the Chamber, acknowledged Biden’s victory, telling moderators Bob CusackRobert (Bob) CusackThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Mastercard – Modern Vaccine Approaches US Approval; Congress notes “progress” on emergency aid project Hill’s Morning Report – Sponsored by Facebook – Election Day has arrived law enforcement is agitated after election day and Steve Clemons that “Joe Biden will be our president on January 20”

Hill’s “Meet New Members” event was sponsored by Philips Morris International and Mastercard.