“He won because the election was rigid,” he said. Trump said in a tweet Sunday morning. In another, he He may have won the election because of his misconceptions, but he refused, saying, “I do not accept anything! We have a long way to go.”
Trump also continued to blame his loss on debunked theories about the 2020 election in a series of posts flagged by Twitter for his controversial information.
Trump’s tweets were followed by golfing on Saturday and the same false conspiracy theories were spent tweeting and driving through a crowd of his supporters gathered in Washington DC. To oppose the election results on the basis of his lies and propaganda.
The president has spent little time on camera since Biden declared victory last week and has spent no time answering questions as a correspondent. But on Twitter this weekend, the president launched baseless baseless conspiracy theories and false statements to his nearly 90 million followers.
John Bolton, Trump’s former national security adviser, said Sunday he believes the president is “stunned” by his loss.
“I think he’s stunned by it. I think that’s why he’s been silent for so long. He’s living in his dream world and he’s been successful for the last four years,” Bolt told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria. “The coronavirus was a tragic reality he couldn’t face. The loss of his own election is now another tragic reality in his mind. So I think he’s trying to calibrate now, if in fact I’m lost. How do I maximize my brand in the days following Biden’s next inauguration? And I think that’s at stake right now. “
“I accept it as a confirmation of the fact that Biden won the election – and not by any of the rest of the tweets, but by fraud or anything else. The president is making baseless allegations. He won because he got more votes. “Well, that’s why he won,” Klein said in an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “He got more votes in the popular vote, and he won as many votes as President Trump himself called the landslide four years ago. But look, if the president starts acknowledging that reality, it’s positive that Donald Trump’s Twitter feed will make B Biden president.” That wouldn’t be president. The American people did it. “
However, Sanders told Tapper that it was “beyond belief” that the president “denies reality.”
Sanders added that Trump would have more work to do than anyone in the country’s history to undermine American democracy. “The idea that he continues to tell his supporters that he is going to lose this election is the only reason why fraud is such a notorious, non-American thing.”
And Ohio Republican Gov. Mike Dewey said on the same program that although the president has “every right to go to court,” the Trump administration should begin the transition formal transition process for Biden’s succession.
“It’s clear, based on what we know for sure now, that Joe Biden is president-elect and that the transition, for the security of the country, is important for the general transition to begin,” Dyne said. “And the president can go on his other track, his legal track. We should respect that, but we also need to start that process.”
The story has been updated with additional developments on Sunday.
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