Stacey Abrams refuses to call Brian Kemp the "legitimate" governor of Georgia

Georgia Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams backed off from her gubernatorial campaign, but she’s taking shots at Governor-elect Brian Kemp. CNN host Jake Tapper asked her Sunday if she thought the winner was “legitimate,” and she only called him the “legal governor of the state of Georgia,” and the “legal victor.”

“But what you are looking for me to say is that there was no compromise of our democracy, and that there should be some political compromise in the language I use, and that’s not right,” she said. “What’s not right is saying something was done properly, when it was not.” She said that she refused to say that this election was not “tainted” or that thousands of people weren’t disenfranchised.