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Representative Paul Gosar endorses Trump’s call to get rid of parts of the Constitution

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Arizona) on Wednesday endorsed former President Donald Trump’s call to end the Constitution over false allegations that the 2020 election was fraudulent in a tweet he later deleted .

“I support and agree with the former president,” the far-right lawmaker wrote, sharing a screenshot of Trump’s widely condemned Truth Social post. “Unprecedented fraud requires unprecedented remedy.”

The tweet was sent from Gosar’s official Congress account. His office did not immediately respond to a request for clarification on why the tweet was deleted.

Over the weekend, Trump sparked a bipartisan backlash after writing on his social media platform that “Massive fraud of this type and magnitude allows termination of all rules, regulations and articles, even those found in the Constitution”.

Trump tried to retract the remarks on Monday amid mounting criticism from Republican allies, including Sens. Lindsey Graham (SC), John Cornyn (Texas) and Mike Turner (Ohio). According to Trump, the media reporting what he said was spreading “misinformation and lies.”

Gosar deleted a tweet saying he supported Trump’s call to “terminate” parts of the Constitution.

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Gosar was censured and removed from his House committee duties last year after posting a video depicting violence against Democrats. This year, he made headlines after attending a white nationalist conference hosted by Nick Fuentes, the white supremacist organizer who recently had dinner with Trump at Mar-a-Lago. Nonetheless, House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy said Gosar would claw back his committee assignments if Republicans took control of the House midterm, which they did by a slim margin.

Gosar’s tweet was swiftly condemned by several fellow Democrats on Wednesday.

Representatives Peter Meijer (Mich.) and Don Beyer (Virginia) said it was a clear betrayal of the oath of office taken by members of Congress to “uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States” . Rep. Eric Swalwell (California) noted that McCarthy intends to restore Gosar’s committee appointments even though he “wants to end the Constitution.”

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