Chuck Todd: Every GOP senator declined interviews this weekend

Every member of the Senate GOP caucus declined invitations to appear on "Meet the Press" this Sunday, according to the show's host Chuck ToddCharles (Chuck) David ToddNFL Network's Rich Eisen says he has COVID-19 despite being vaccinated Newsmax host suggests vaccines 'against nature' Senate Armed Services chair: 'I think Kabul will hold' MORE.

“We invited every single Republican senator to appear on Meet the Press this morning. They all declined," said Todd on Sunday's show.

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The members would have been pressed about Trump's refusal to concede the presidential election to Democrat Joe BidenJoe BidenHouse Republican calls second bout of COVID-19 'far more challenging' Conflicting school mask guidance sparks confusion Biden: Pathway to citizenship in reconciliation package 'remains to be seen' MORE.

Most Republicans have offered support from Trump, who has made unsubstantiated allegations of fraud, many of which have already been thrown out in court.

Major news networks projected Biden as the winner of the election more than a week ago. Biden has leads of tens of thousands of votes in critical states.

Trump has mounted legal efforts calling for Pennsylvania to not certify its election results as Georgia heads to a hand recount.

Some Republican governors including Larry Hogan of Maryland and Asa HutchinsonAsa HutchinsonSunday shows - Jan. 6 investigation dominates Fauci 'heartened' to see top Republicans encouraging vaccinations Huckabee Sanders writes op-ed on why she got vaccinated MORE of Arkansas have said that they believe Biden will be the next president, but the issue has been met with relative silence or flat-out resistance by members of the House and Senate GOP.