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Despite intimidation and even death threats received by Republican members of the Electoral College, President-elect Donald Trump still received enough votes Monday to become the nation's next president.

However, should the Department of Justice be investigating these threats? One former DOJ official thinks so.

Joining "Fox & Friends" Tuesday, J. Christian Adams called these death threats "political terrorism" punishable as federal crimes.

"There are people out there that spend millions of dollars trying to destabilize the Electoral College, and these threats are a part of it because it tries to alter the outcome of the election," Adams said.

Adams went so far as to say that this Department of Justice has not stepped in amid rumors of death threats since they didn't want the electors to vote for Trump anyway.

"If you are against them, they don't help you," Adams said.

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