Chile, while we’re awaiting these election results, Donald Trump seems to be getting on the officials’ nerves, including Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney.
While giving an update about the process of the vote count, Kenney had a bit of advice to give to Donnie, y’all.
He stated, “What the president needs to do, frankly, is put his big boy pants on. He needs to acknowledge that he lost. And he needs to congratulate the winner,” Kenney said. “I doubt he’ll listen to me, but that’s my feeling,” the mayor added.
Earlier this week, Pennsylvania Governor Wolf said, “This afternoon the Trump campaign filed a lawsuit to stop the counting of ballots in Pennsylvania. That is simply wrong. It goes against the most basic principles for a democracy. It takes away the right of every American citizen to cast their vote and to choose our leaders.”
“Our elections officials at the state and local level should be free to do their jobs without fear, without intimidation, without attacks to subvert the democratic process are simply disgraceful,” he said.
Yesterday, a Pennsylvania judge granted the Trump campaign’s request. Trump’s campaign staff can observe — up-close — Philadelphia poll workers as they continue to process the remaining mail-in ballots, according to ABC News.
Donald Trump also filed lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan to pause the vote count.
We’ll continue to keep you updated, Roomies.