People pray for U.S. President Donald Trump at a cart parade in support of the president the day after Trump lost the 2020 U.S. presidential election to former Vice President Joe Biden. Prior to the parade, supporters sang patriotic songs, they prayed for Mr. Trump, and they collected donations for Trump's legal fees to contest the election results. (Photo by Paul Hennessy / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

Senator Lindsey Graham, (R SC) spoke with Brian Kilmeade about why he feels President Trump should continue to fight to get every legal vote counted in key battleground states. Graham believes after the final votes are tallied in Arizona and Georgia, President Trump will be within .01-.02% and then will have to count the provisional ballots and military ballots. When asked what President Trump should do if he does not win the election after all is said and done, Graham says he would encourage President Trump not to let the movement die and consider running again in 2024.