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Senator Cory Gardner does not consider Joe Biden as the next president.

Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) has not made any substantive comments regarding the 2020 U.S. presidential election outcome.

Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) has not made any substantive comments regarding the 2020 U.S. presidential election outcome.Joe Biden has won the 2020 U.S. election; the projected results stood at 306 electoral college votes for Biden and 232 for President Donald Trump. President Trump has declined to accept the presidential election results and has frequently claimed voter fraud and irregularities without presenting any concrete evidence. Only a few National Republican lawmakers such as Sen. Doug Jones and Rep. Terri Sewell have publicly acknowledged Biden's victory.

According to the Washington Post, only six Republican senators (out of 53), seven Republican governors (out of 26), and 10 Republican members of the House (out of 197) have thus far acknowledged that Biden won. On Nov 17, 2020, Senate Cory Gardner was asked whether he considers Biden, the president-elect. He replied he was not going to play their gotcha questions. It's an easy question if anyone has any integrity, he said.

Gardner has not made a public statement accepting Biden's victory, referring to him as the president-elect, or congratulating him or Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. So, the claim is unverifiable at the current time.

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