“He absolutely should stay in this fight as long as we have legal options for him in some of these states where there is affidavits of frauds that have occurred,” Steube said during an interview on Fox Business. “I support him continuing his legal fights for as long as he can.”
More states should be like Florida, where absentee ballots “coming from people you don’t know who they are and not verified” are not counted, the congressman added.
Steube also said he doesn’t think a Biden administration would be tough on China, adding that the Biden family has reportedly received “hundreds of millions of dollars” from China’s communist regime.
“Look how hard Trump has been on Chinese Communist Party on the trade deals,” he said. “I hope Biden, if he becomes president, doesn’t set aside all these trade deals the Trump administration negotiated with the Chinese Communist Party.”
Anthony Blinken, Biden’s pick for secretary of state, has served as the managing director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, also known as the Penn Biden Center. According to a complaint filed with Education Department in May by the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), a government watchdog group, the Penn Biden Center has failed to disclose information about a total of $22 million of anonymous Chinese donations since 2017, including one $14.5 million payment in May 2018.
“The bottom line is, if we had this people in this country or being paid for by the Chinese Communist Party, we, as a country, need to know about it, and our national security folks need to know about it as well,” Steube told Fox News.
Steube’s comments came after Trump on Thanksgiving Day took questions from reporters, the first time since the Nov. 3 election. Trump also spoke to U.S. service members around the world, and reaffirmed that he is not going to concede as court challenges are still proceeding.
“It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,” Trump said, adding that he would leave the White House on Inauguration Day if the Electoral College elects Democratic nominee Joe Biden as the new president.
“Certainly, I will. Certainly, I will. And you know that,” Trump said. “But I think that there will be a lot of things happening between now and the 20 of January, a lot of things.”