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& # 39; Thugs & # 39;: Trump makes use of attribution within the first tv interview since dropping the election

"This election was rigged," said Trump. “That election was a total fraud and it continues to be how they are hiding. And the problem we have, we go to judges and people don't want to interfere. "

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"Look at the elections you are about to run (in Georgia). You are using the same trash machine, Dominion" – Trump is demoralizing Republicans by suggesting that their votes don't matter because rigging the upcoming Georgia Senate runoff are .twitter.com/aYM6KcGaos

– Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 29, 2020

And by refusing to interfere, he says the courts keep rejecting his frivolous complaints, as was the case back then Reps Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell alleged, on behalf of the President, that postal ballot papers were unconstitutional.

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Trump: I said I want to file with the lawyers, I want to file a nice, big, nice lawsuit talking about this and many other things with tremendous evidence. Pic.twitter.com/YA3Acedf28

– Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) November 29, 2020

"We are not allowed to present our evidence," Trump told Bartiromo. "You say you have no position. (…) I want to file a nice, big, nice lawsuit in which I speak of this and many other things with tremendous evidence. We have affidavits, we have hundreds and hundreds of affidavits. ""

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Trump: They say you have no standing. You mean I have no reputation as President of the United States. What kind of court system is that? pic.twitter.com/JXQUhmpOZZ

– Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) November 29, 2020

One of the more troubling moments in Trump's interview – I mean, aside from the fact that the President of the United States was reduced to a whiff of baseless allegations – was that he refused to limit his claims to a schedule and instead said he would his Efforts to change give his fate "125 percent of my energy" as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.

“I led the charge. We won state houses. We won the congress. We won the Senate and I lost. They say "this is statistically impossible," said Trump. And yet it did.

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Bartiromo's interview with Trump ends with lying that his loss is "statistically impossible". Bartiromo replied by saying, "It is all quite extraordinary, Mr. President." pic.twitter.com/C4wTHkUeyc

– Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 29, 2020

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