President-elect Joe Biden leaves The Queen theater, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020, in Wilmington, Del. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Senator James Lankford (R-OK) spoke with Brian Kilmeade about pushing President Trump to allow Joe Biden to receive intelligence briefings. Lankford, who has oversight over the General Services Administration (GSA) which helps in the peaceful transfer of power, said if there is no decision made today on giving Biden intel briefings he will step in and ask when are they going to make this decision. Lankford said he does not want to see the same mistake that was made in the contested election of 2000 to not keep both candidates informed because the 9/11 Commission said that gap in giving intel briefings was one of the factors that helped lead to the terror attacks in 2001. On President Obama saying republicans are not challenging President Trump over his refusal to concede the election, Lankford believes everyone should take a deep breath and get real answers in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada because there are legitimate questions and that we know there are people that both registered and voted after they were dead. Lankford also discussed how well republicans did outside of the presidential election defying the polls prediction of a blue wave. Lankford points to republicans gaining seats in the house, staying in control of the senate and having a republican legislature which show Americans stood up and said we do not socialism.