While not mentioning him by name, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday morning pushed back on President Donald Trump’s refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election.

McConnell tweeted, “The winner of the November 3rd election will be inaugurated on January 20th. There will be an orderly transition just as there has been every four years since 1792.”

Asked if he will leave the White House peacefully at a White House news conference Wednesday night, Trump responded, “Well, we’re going to have to see what happens. You know that.”

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When pressed for a second time if he would “commit to making sure that there’s a peaceful transferral of power,” Trump again turned to his baseless claim of widespread fraud involving mail-in ballots.

“We want to have — get rid of the ballots and you’ll have a very peaceful, there won’t be a transfer, frankly,” Trump said. “There’ll be a continuation.

The Republican who heads the Senate Judiciary Committee, Lindsey Graham, told “Fox and Friends” Thursday morning there was nothing to worry about.

“People wonder about the peaceful transfer of power. I can assure you it will be peaceful. Now, we may have litigation about who won the election … and if Republicans lose we’ll accept the result,” Graham said, noting a court challenge was a key reason why Trump’s nominee needed to be confirmed by the election.

GOP Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah was more pointed in his reaction in a tweet overnight, saying a peaceful transition of power was “fundamental to democracy,” but he also did not call out Trump by name.