Arizona’s Republican governor hit back at President Donald Trump after the president slammed him for confirming that President-elect Joe Biden had won the state.
Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday formally certified that Biden had won Arizona by 10,457 votes, awarding the Democrat 11 electoral votes, after a set of hearings challenging the results.
Trump criticized Ducey early by calling in to the hearing and, provoking boos from supporters, saying without evidence that Ducey had shown “such corruption, such horrible fraud.”
Then, soon after Ducey certified the state for Biden, Trump began a Twitter rampage against him, including retweeting a meme accusing Ducey of corruption.