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A CNN panel on Friday openly laughed at Cyber Ninjas, the vote "auditors" praised by former President Donald Trump who failed to prove that President Joe Biden stole the 2020 election.
Host Jake Tapper asked Republican strategist Alice Stewart to comment on the results of the "audit," which confirmed that Biden really did receive more votes in Arizona than Trump did.
"Those are the president's own Cyber Nimrods," Stewart said.
"They call themselves 'Cyber Ninjas,'" Tapper corrected.
"I know," Stewart replied as she and the other panelists burst into laughter.
"Okay, I just wanted to make sure that wasn't a mistake," said a smiling Tapper.
Stewart then made a more serious point about how the Arizona "audit" shows that it's time for the Republican Party to stop catering to Trump and move on.
"This exercise in futility is a complete and absolute waste of time," she said. "And Republicans should not continue to feed into the big lie. We should not continue to support people that will investigate allegations of false election fraud and instead of focusing on the past grievances of 2020, let's focus on our policies of the future."
Trump, however, doesn't seem ready to move on, as he claimed on Friday that the "audit" had supposedly revealed that "many votes were terrible, terrible votes."
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Trump tries to claim vindication after his own audit shows he lost: 'Many votes were terrible, terrible votes!'
Former President Donald Trump on Friday scrambled to claim vindication after his own Arizona election audit concluded that President Joe Biden received more votes than he did in the 2020 election.
While appearing on the "Real America's Voice" network, Trump said that the final audit results will show that he won the state, even though he really did lose it.
"They found many votes that were terrible, terrible votes!" Trump said. "In other words, they found that they were false votes, phantom votes, whatever you want to call them."
Trump for months has continued to falsely claim that he won an election that he decisively lost to President Joe Biden by 7 million votes in the popular vote and by 74 votes in the electoral college.
The former president has continued repeating this falsehood even after it inspired a riot at the United States Capitol that led to his second impeachment in the House of Representatives and in 57 senators, including seven Republicans, voting to convict him in the United States Senate.
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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday that President Joe Biden would not invoke executive privilege to prevent Trump White House documents from being handed over to the House select committee investigating the January 6th Capitol riots.
"The president has already concluded that it would not be appropriate to assert executive privilege," Psaki said, according to Politico's Kyle Cheney.
There had been some speculation that Biden could invoke executive privilege to prevent a future Republican president from releasing his administration's own internal documents, although that's apparently a risk the Biden White House is willing to take.
According to Cheney, Trump now has 60 days to object to Biden's nonassertion of executive privilege over the documents, so it's still no sure bet that they will be handed over to the committee.
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