Mr Trump typically spends New Year's Eve hosting a glitzy party at Mar-a-Lago for the club's members.
After listing his administration's achievements for four minutes, Trump says "it's so easy if you know what you're doing".
Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks is showing his support for a Missouri senator who says he plans to object to the certification of President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College victory when Congress meets on January 6 to accept the results of the president election.
After an increasing outcry from public health professionals and President-elect Joe Biden about the alarmingly slow rollout of Covid-19 shots into the arms of Americans, President Donald Trump appeared to pre-emptively redirect the blame onto state governments, who he claimed bore the responsibility for ensuring actual inoculations. He added, "We hear chatter of additional attacks against Americans in Iraq".More news: DOJ Refuses To Press Charges Against Cops Who Shot Tamir Rice!!
It's the latest futile attempt by Trump and his allies to fight his election defeat and overturn the will of the voters, and scores of previous challenges have failed, including at the Supreme Court.
There has been no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the presidential election.
Trump, accompanied by his wife, Melania, arrived at his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida after dark on December 23 and spent practically the entire vacation focused on trying to subvert the voters' will from last month's election.
Republican Senator Josh Hawley on Wednesday pledged to challenge Biden's victory when Congress convenes to officially tally the Electoral College votes on January 6, which could trigger a lengthy debate in the Republican-controlled Senate but has virtually no chance of overturning the results. Biden received his first dose of the vaccine on live television last week, and vice president-elect Kamala Harris received hers, also on television, yesterday.More news: Isco Chooses To Leave Real Madrid For Sevilla In Summer
A group of Republicans in the Democratic-controlled House already had said they will object on Trump's behalf.
Trump has also ramped up pressure on fellow Republicans to back his effort to overturn the results of November's election, which he lost.
A state's slate of electoral votes would be tossed only if both the House and Senate vote to do so. "But it's going to take a vast new effort that's not yet underway". Much of that spending had been sought by his own administration.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asked GOP senators not to engage in this effort because every one of his senators would have to go on-record and either dispute a state's result - or vote against Trump, which could have repurcussions down the line in the form of Trump-backed primary challengers.