Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, blasted the media’s premature jump behind Joe Biden as the nation’s president-elect ahead of his certification, saying “the media don’t get to decide the presidency in the United States.”
In an interview on Newsmax TV’s “The Chris Salcedo Show,” Cruz, who has staunchly argued for counting “every single legal” ballot, said it is the “voters who decide the match” — and that has not yet been settled.
“The media don’t get to decide the presidency in United States,” he said, adding it is “the American people” who do.
“But we now have a series of contested results, we have recounts that are proceeding, ligation that is challenging the results,” he said. “An election isn’t final until the results are final. So everyone should give this a little bit of time to let the process play out.”
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