While numerous Democrats and media outlets have ridiculed President Donald Trump for contesting and failing to concede the presidential election results in Georgia, Stacey Abrams has been hailed as a hero for doing the same thing in the state’s gubernatorial vote two years ago.
Abrams, 46, ''acknowledged'' Republican Brian Kemp would become governor 10 days after the election, but also said she was not conceding — saying the vote was not ''fair'' — a position she position she maintains to this day despite Kemp’s 55,000 vote victory margin.
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