Trump 'knows he lost the 2020 election but wants revenge on Dems for disputing his 2016 win'

DONALD Trump reportedly told his ally’s that he “knows he lost the 2020 election but wants revenge on Dems for disputing his 2016 win.”

According to CNN, President Trump is delaying the transition process over to Joe Biden’s administration and is casting doubt on the election to get back at the Dems for questioning his 2016 election win.

The outlet reported that Trump refusal to concede stems in part from his perceived grievance that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama undermined his 2016 victory by saying Russia interfered in the election and swayed votes for Trump.

President Trump continues to hold bitterness against those who undermined his 2016 victory by pointing to Russian interference efforts.

According to the outlet, Trump has suggested it is “fair game” to not recognize Biden as the president-elect.

On Nov. 7, news outlets across the country began calling the presidential election for Biden and since that time Trump has refused to concede.


The president has falsely claimed that electoral fraud was widespread and filed a string of lawsuits seeking to overturn the results in several battleground states.

CNN reported that in recent days, Trump’s business partners and friends have urged him to allow Biden and his transition team gain access to government resource.

According to the outlet, Trump declined and told them they were “absolutely wrong.”

On Wednesday, Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani claimed he had evidence of a “centralized” Dem voter fraud scheme in an explosive press conference.

Giuliani shockingly accused George Soros, the Clintons and China of being behind a “conspiracy” to elect Biden.

“[It’s] a pattern that repeat itself in a number of state,” Giuliani claimed before sweat began to pour down his face.

“[There was] a plan form a centralized place to execute these various act of voter fraud,” he said, claiming it “specifically focused on big cities controlled by Democrats.”


The former mayor of New York City then claimed cities like Detroit and Philadelphia were “big cities that have a long history of corruption.”

Giuliani detailed the GOP’s alleged circumstantial evidence in battleground states Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona and Wisconsin after multiple Trump suits were thrown out.

He said that the press had repeatedly dismissed affidavits from people claiming that GOP inspectors were “penned” and treated badly.

He went on to make multiple allegations about the mail-in ballots sent in to polling stations as a result of coronavirus, claiming this included the same person voting 30 times in Pennsylvania, an allegation that has yet to be confirmed.

However, despite Trump’s team claiming voter fraud, Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced that the state’s hand recount has confirmed Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential election there.

The hand tally of roughly five million votes was prompted by an audit required by a new state law – and not in response to any discrepancies of the states results or an official recount request.

Raffensperger announced the results of the hand count audit, which he said “upheld and reaffirmed” the original outcome of the November 3 election.

The result showed Biden took the Peach State from President Trump by nearly 13,000 votes.

The Associated Press officially called Georgia for Biden moments after Raffensperger’s announcement.

Georgia officials have until Friday to certify results that have been certified and submitted by counties.

Hours after the recount was called, the Trump campaign slammed news outlets for “falsely reporting” Biden’s win in Georgia.

The president has called on the state to hold off on certifying its election results, claiming that “illegal ballots” had been included in the final total.

“Headlines are already falsely reporting that Joe Biden is declared the winner in Georgia,” the Trump campaign said in a statement on Thursday.

“Sorry, media, that’s not how it works.”

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