US election: Whoopi Goldberg tells Trump's campaign to stop whining and move on

US election: Whoopi Goldberg tells Trump's campaign to stop whining and move on

- American actress, Whoopi Goldberg, offered her take on Donald Trump's refusal to concede the election race on the show for which she is a co-host, The View

- The icon's opinion was that the ousted president should have gracefully received the news he had lost and given a concession speech

- Whoopi also said the campaign and supporters needed to accept his loss and "s*ck it up" like Hilary did in 2016

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Whoopi Goldberg has added her voice to the famous frenzy of celebrities calling for Donald Trump to accept the election results.

The entertainment icon was performing chat show duties as a co-host on The View when she made the comment that Trump and his supporters needed to act the same way previous election losers did.

Whoopi drew a specific comparison to the 2016 election as she reminded the audience about how Hilary Clinton's campaign conceded the race and all her supporters had to simply accept the result and move on.

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Whoopi was quoted by DailyWire:

“Now, I just want to bring something up right now. I want to say to all those people who don’t believe that Americans actually got out and voted, let me say this to you.
“When you-know-who was elected four years ago, Hilary Clinton didn’t say, ‘Hey, wait a minute, this doesn’t feel right, stop the count.’ She didn’t say, ‘This isn’t right, I’m not going for it.’ She didn’t say any of that. So, all of you, s*ck it up. S*ck it up like we sc*ked it up.”

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that Donald Trump made his first public appearance after refusing to concede defeat on Wednesday, November 11.

In the wake of filing lawsuits against Biden, the embattled president honoured American war veterans at Arlington National Cemetery.

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