From The Hill:

James Wallner, a former Senate Republican aide, said other GOP senators are likely to make similar statements in the coming days.

“You’re going to see more and more senators and congressmen and other elected officials and party officials come out and basically echo what Portman and Toomey have said, which is, ‘OK, now it’s done,’” he said.

Terry Madonna, director of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs at Franklin and Marshall College, said Biden won Pennsylvania because he won big in the suburbs and that voting anomalies were minor.

“We’re not naïve, we know that there was probably some fraud. But widespread? No,” he said. “We’re probably the most litigated state in the country largely because of the importance of our 20 electoral votes.”

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