Trump campaign senior adviser says concede ‘isn’t in our vocabulary’

The Trump campaign is not even considering having President Trump concede to President-elect Joe Biden, senior adviser Jason Miller said Monday.

Speaking to Fox Business‘ “Mornings with Maria,” Miller said the word “concede” was “not even in our vocabulary right now.”

“We’re going to go and pursue all these legal means, all the recount methods. We’re going to continue exposing and investigating all these instances of fraud or abuse, and make sure, again, that the American public can have full confidence in these elections,” the Trump adviser continued to host Maria Bartiromo.

Asked by the Fox Business host about the campaign’s growing number of lawsuits, Miller insisted that their effort was for the betterment of the United States, as they were aiming to ensure free and fair elections.

“This is much more about the entire future of elections in America,” he explained.

“This is about election integrity. If we can’t get this right, why think we will ever have confidence in these elections going forward,” he continued.

Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 White House race on Saturday after clinching the must-win state of Pennsylvania, even though ballots are still being counted. He has since claimed victory and begun building out his transition team, but Trump has refused to concede the race.

Instead, Trump continues to vow to fight the election outcome in court, questioning its legitimacy.

On Sunday, Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani said he intends to file up to 10 lawsuits alleging election fraud.

Speaking to Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” the former NYC mayor Giuliani argued, “At this point, it would be wrong for him to concede.”

Besides a single example alleged by the Trump campaign of voter fraud in Nevada, which would not have been enough to sway an entire election outcome if proven, the team has not provided evidence of widespread fraud.

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