Rucker: Trump’s ‘Largely Abdicated His Responsibilities of Being the President’ as He’s Focused on Legal Challenges

‘He’s been especially angry, according to our reporting, with the Governor of Georgia Brian Kemp’

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RUCKER: “The president continues to insist that he won this election and that it was stolen from him. He’s largely abdicated the responsibilities of being the president in these weeks as he’s focused intensely on his grievances, on the past -- previous legal challenges led by Rudy Giuliani, and he’s been especially angry, according to our reporting, with the Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, a Republican who actually used to the secretary of state there, he has his own history of running elections in that state.”

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