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Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, stated he would accept the Democrats' victory but will not overlook fraud.

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Cruz refuses to say whether he will unconditionally accept results of 2024 election

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, refused on Wednesday, May 22, to say whether he will unconditionally accept the results of the 2024 presidential election, the latest in a series of comments by prominent Republicans that seek to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the upcoming presidential contest.

Cruz stated he would accept President Joe Biden and the Democrats’ victory but will not overlook potential election fraud. Former President Donald Trump mentioned he would only acknowledge the 2024 election outcome if it is honest.

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