McCASKILL: “So if we want unity, and I think Joe Biden desperately wants it, I think all of us want unity, we want to come in together, we want to stitch this back together, it has to begin with Republicans acknowledging that there was no massive fraud; that Donald Trump’s lawyers had all the evidence and the evidence was not there. It was rumors, it was Internet conspiracies, it was edited videotape, it was people trying to make a buck. It was anything but massive fraud. And until Republicans can do that, until they can reject the big lie, they can’t even open their mouths about unity. Shut up about unity until you can state the obvious, that there was a big lie. And by the way, Lindsey Graham did it on the floor that night. He said enough is enough. There were not 82,000 people under age that voted in Georgia. There was not fraud in Georgia. Enough is enough. It’s over. He didn't say, 'I've been lying all this time and I tried to get Georgia to do what the President did,' but he at least said it’s over and there was no fraud proved."