Giuliani: 'Networks don't get to decide elections. Courts do.'

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President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani isn't buying President-elect Joe Biden's projected victory.

Speaking with reporters on Saturday, Giuliani sarcastically dismissed the media's role in calling the election, arguing that the Trump campaign is still fighting a legal battle to determine the official results. "Oh my goodness," he said, raising his hands and looking up to the sky in feigned awe. "Wow, all the networks, we have to forget about the law."

Giuliani added that courts, not news organizations, get to decide elections, while critics pointed that it's actually voters who ultimately choose the winner.

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