Chris Wallace
I think you're going to start to see a lot of the Republican leaders, who are now realizing that their fortunes and their futures are no longer so directly tied to Donald Trump are gonna begin to pull back. — Fox News anchor Chris Wallace
Fox News' Chris Wallace says there 'doesn't seem to be much reason to believe' Trump's election lawsuits will succeed
  • Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said he believes it's unlikely that Donald Trump is going to succeed in his numerous lawsuits contesting the results of the presidential election.
  • "So far at least we don't see anything that would rise to the level of serious fraud and certainly not a serious fraud that would change the results of elections," Wallace said Saturday on Fox News.
  • Wallace's remarks came shortly after a number of his Fox News colleagues baselessly questioned the outcome of the election, or suggested corruption or fraud without evidence.
  • Moe Biden won the 2020 presidential race when he secured 20 electoral college votes by winning in Pennsylvania, Insider and Decision Desk HQ projected Friday morning.
"I think you're going to start to see a lot of the Republican leaders, who are now realizing that their fortunes and their futures are no longer so directly tied to Donald Trump are gonna begin to pull back," he said on Fox News.