Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) refused to commit to certifying the 2024 election results on Sunday. When asked on NBC News’ “Meet the Press” if she will vote to certify the results of the coming presidential election whatever the result ends up being, she said her decision on that would be determined by how the election itself went.

“We will see if this is a legal and valid election,” she stated.

Earlier in the interview, the representative, who serves as the House’s Republican conference chairwoman, talked about her reason for refusing to certify Pennsylvania’s election results in 2020.

She explained that her challenge and objection to the certification of Pennsylvania’s election results then was because she sensed some unconstitutional overreach and was trying to stand up for election integrity.

“I absolutely stand by my floor speech. I am proud to support President Trump,” she said.

At the time, Stefanik, alongside 46 other Congressional Republicans, voted to object to either one or both of the election results from Pennsylvania and Arizona.

During her Sunday interview, she explained that her decision back then was borne out of the discovery of “unconstitutional acts” in Pennsylvania and other states that circumvented the state Legislature and changed election law.

When asked if her willingness to certify the coming election results are contingent on former President Donald Trump’s victory, she clarified that it’s not about Trump winning but about the election being constitutional.

“What we saw in 2020 was unconstitutional circumventing of the Constitution, not going through state legislators when it comes to changing election law,” she stated.

At another point during the interview, Stefanik delved into the decisions from Colorado that disqualifies Trump from appearing in the states’ presidential primary ballot.

She chalked the move up to desperation, also calling it “a suppression of the American people.”

She then added that the Supreme Court’s final ruling on the case should favor Trump and allow him on the ballot, as the decision on him becoming president should be left to the people.