Republican U.S. Senate nominee Mehmet Oz said at a press conference in Philadelphia on Sept. 6 that he would have voted to certify Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential election victory but would have not voted to impeach former President Donald Trump.
“By the time the delegates and those reports were sent to the U.S. Senate, our job was to approve it, which is what I would have done,” Oz said.
Oz, who is endorsed by Trump, said he would not have supported the former president’s impeachment because he was “already leaving office by then.”
Standing alongside retiring Republican Sen. Pat Toomey, whose seat Oz and Democratic nominee John Fetterman are vying for, Oz also chastised Fetterman for not agreeing to debate….


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