- Sen. Roy Blunt, a Missouri Republican, said that he expected to see legal challenges for the 2020 election, but expressed confidence in the integrity of the process.
- “I think the election may be complicated…I think we’re going to see litigation, and to some extent, the Electoral College will help us once again,” he said.
- Blunt said that both parties should be encouraging people to go out and vote.
- The senator said he strongly supports Judge Amy Coney Barrett and is “eager” to vote for her confirmation to the Supreme Court.
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Sen. Roy Blunt on Sunday said that he expected to see legal challenges for the 2020 presidential election but expressed confidence in the country’s electoral system.
On NBC’s “Meet the Press,” host Chuck Todd asked the Missouri Republican about President Donald Trump frequently bringing up electoral disputes and questioning the validity of mail-in