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Iowa’s GOP leaders stand by Trump as he repeats false claims

Iowa's GOP leaders stand by Trump as he repeats false claims
共和党セン. Charles Grassley and Gov. Kim Reynolds have embraced Donald Trump’s return to Iowa

共和党セン. Charles Grassley and Gov. Kim Reynolds embraced Donald Trump’s return to Iowa on Saturday, standing by the former president as he repeated his false claims of voter fraud and a stolen election to a crowd of thousands.

The state’s senior senator, who recently announced plans to run for an eighth six-year term, praised Trump as he introduced him by noting there was “a great crowd honoring a great president of the アメリカ

Neither Grassley nor Reynolds made any reference to Trump’s post-presidency, during which he has continued to lie about the results and urge Republicans to conduct “audits” of the vote counts. レイノルズ, also seeking reelection next year, gushed with praise for Trump in her brief remarks.

Trump spent almost 30 minutes of the rally, his first in Iowa since his 2020 運動, arguing falsely that he had won アリゾナ Georgia and Pennsylvania.

“Trump won! Trump won! Trump won!,” came the chant from the crowd spread across the sprawling Iowa state fairgrounds.

"彼がやった. 彼がやった. ありがとうございました,」トランプは言った.

Representatives for Grassley and Reynolds did not respond this past week to requests for comment on whether they agreed with Trump’s statement on Wednesday that the “real insurrection” was the election, not the storming of the Capitol by Trump supporters determined to stop the certification of ジョー・バイデン s election.

Grassley, who voted to certify the vote, has been quiet about Trump’s continuing claims of a stolen election. Asked in July, 彼は言った. “On Dec. 12, after the electoral votes were cast, Biden is the president of the United States.

土曜の夜に, Trump endorsed Grassley and pledged to endorse Reynolds separately in the months ahead.

1月に, when asked if she and other Republican leaders should have more quickly rejected false claims of election fraud, the governor said people need to stop pointing fingers and move forward.