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WATCH: Trump-Endorsed Candidates Say They Won’t Accept Election Losses

WATCH: Trump-Endorsed Candidates Say They Won’t Accept Election Losses

Republican candidates are striving to emulate everything that worked for Donald Trump, who was seen as a joke and a laughable candidate for presidency, in the 2016 election. Unfortunately, some of the things that have ‘worked’ for Trump in one sense or another, haven’t really worked out so well for the American people — including his refusal to accept his loss.

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 06: (Former) President Donald Trump speaks at the “Stop The Steal” Rally on January 06, 2021 in Washington, DC. Trump supporters gathered in the nation’s capital to protest the ratification of President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory over President Trump in the 2020 election. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

As the 2020 election approached, some Trump insiders warned that they didn’t believe he would allow a peaceful transfer of power if he lost. In fact, in May 2020, with Election Day nearly half a year away, Noel Casler, who used to work on the Celebrity Apprentice set, was among those who warned that Trump would call for armed insurrection if he lost.

Trump was asked repeatedly in the months before the election whether he would hand over power if he lost, and he typically dodged the question, once saying that he’d do so only if the Supreme Court ordered it.

Now, two of the candidates he endorsed in Arizona seem to be warning that they’ll follow in his footsteps in that regard, too, rejecting the outcome of their elections and refusing to concede.

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Mark Finchem is running for Arizona Secretary of State — a position that’s coveted by MAGA candidates in several states, since it gives a lot of power over elections.

He says, “Ain’t gonna be no concession speech coming from this guy. I’m going to demand a 100% hand count, if there’s the slightest hint that there’s an impropriety. And I will urge the next governor to do the same.

Keri Lake, who is running to be that governor, agrees, saying, “You know, President Trump hasn’t put a concession speech out…he did not concede, and I think it was really smart.”

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