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U.S. Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri continues backing President Donald Trump as the president refuses to concede the election.  

President Trump took to Twitter Sunday saying, "since when does the lamestream media call who our next president will be?"

Blunt, speaking on ABC's This Week on Sunday said there’s a process that needs to be followed.  And he said both Joe Biden and Donald Trump will benefit from that.

Updated on Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. ET

President-elect Joe Biden called for healing and cooperation in his victory speech on Saturday night, striking an optimistic tone about the prospects for a renewed and reunited America.

Cori Bush Scores A Historic Victory In The Missouri 1st District

Nov 6, 2020

Change has come to the House of Representatives with the election of Democratic candidate Cori Bush. She defeated Representative William “Lacy” Clay, who held the seat since 2001.

She will be the first Black woman to hold the seat for Missouri's first congressional district. It’s not only a win for the spirit of diversity but also for women’s equality.

Bush expressed an interest in politics after seeing injustice against the Black community. She took to Twitter after her victory to express more thoughts on this subject.

Missouri’s federal lawmakers are sounding off on President Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claims of fraud in Tuesday’s election.

As it appears clear that he will lose to former Vice President Joe Biden, the president claimed without evidence on Thursday that there was rampant fraud in places including Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Missouri lawmakers began a special session on Thursday to authorize Gov. Mike Parson to spend federal money aimed at fighting the coronavirus.

But some Republicans want to do more than just approve Parson’s supplemental budget request. They also want to pass legislation to curb lawsuits against businesses that are related to the virus.