Trump Considering 2024 Campaign Launch, Event To Disrupt Biden Inauguration

Trump Considering 2024 Campaign Launch, Event To Disrupt Biden Inauguration

As lawsuits continue to be filed in attempts to try and change the results, the President's second son, Eric Trump, took to his Twitter account to question the fact that tallies had Biden receiving over 80 million total votes in the election, the highest number ever received for a political candidate in US history.

"This election was a total fraud".

Byrne's claims are similar to those Powell has made publicly, including an allegation that deceased Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez somehow meddled in the election seven years after his death."Sidney was the first to really get it, and to get what we're saying is so vast, that you need kind of a very open-minded person to get it", Byrne said in the InTheMatrixxx podcast.In the aftermath of the election, Byrne has become the latest with a broad "tech" background to reinvent himself as an expert on voting machines. "It was a rigged election".

Trump also told Bartiromo that he believed the Federal Bureau of Investigation and DOJ were "missing in action" when asked whether they were investigating his claims of fraud in the election, and said he wished he wouldn't have pledged to "stay out" of their work. The appearance essentially was a monologue in which Trump voiced every grievance he has tweeted about since losing the election to President-elect Joe Biden.

Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo expressed outrage as President Donald Trump leveled a series of baseless allegations of voter fraud in support of the outlandish conspiracy theory that the election was stolen from him.

The official noted that all briefings related to the Coronavirus response will likely be handled by the White House Coronavirus task force and HHS, and not by the National Security Council. Trump said he doesn't "want to talk about 2024 yet".

As the big tech tyrants tighten their grip, join us for more free speech at Parler-the anti-censorship social media platform. "I would like to file one nice big handsome lawsuit, talking about this and many other things, with tremendous proof".

Early on election night, Trump built a clear early lead and was projected victor in Florida's swing state, in what some aides thought was a repeat of 2016 where Trump swiftly built an unassailable Electoral College lead.

"There's no way Joe Biden got 80 million votes", he said.

"The American people should have 100% confidence in their vote", Krebs said in an excerpt from a "60 Minutes" interview that is to air Sunday night. This means that, as of Monday, the Trump campaign will have another two weeks to submit lawsuits or to take their appeals of more than 30 failed lawsuits all the way to the Supreme Court - assuming the Supreme Court will review them.

Blunt, who leads the Senate committee responsible for overseeing the presidential inauguration, also said it was likely that there would be fewer attendees at the event this year and that it was also likely that attendees would be required to wear masks.

"Missing in action", Trump said.

Major US media called the election in Biden's favour on 7 November, with the Democrat projected to win 51.1 percent of the popular vote and 306 votes in the Electoral College, well above the requisite 270.

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