Trump Spills the Beans on 2020 Election Fight in New Interview

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Last week, the United States Supreme Court refused to hear a substantial lawsuit brought forth by Texas and supported by almost 20 other states. According to the highest court of the land, Texas lacks the “standing” to determine how other states carry out their presidential elections.

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This decision from the Supreme Court dealt a serious blow towards endeavors to overturn the 2020 presidential election’s current outcome. Even President Trump himself criticized the highest court in the land over its ruling on Texas’ now-failed lawsuit.

On Sunday, the 45th president spoke with Fox & Friends about the disputes surrounding this 2020 election, according to Newsmax.

The Next Steps for President Trump

Yesterday, the president declared that the 2020 presidential election is “not over.” After confirming that he and his legal team will continue pressing ahead, Trump spoke about the extent of voter fraud.

In a nutshell, the president is charging that local Democrats managed to con and outsmart GOP officials at state levels. Likewise, Trump also informed Fox & Friends that five or six states are currently facing inaccurate results due to cheating and rigging.

Before concluding his remarks, the president also lamented over the current state of the U.S. electoral process. According to Trump, the conditions are worse than those in a “third-world country.”

The Electoral College and More

This Monday is a fairly significant day in politics. Later today, the Electoral College will meet to vote on a formal victor of the 2020 presidential election; judging by states’ certifications, it appears likely that Joe Biden will wind up winning the votes of the Electoral College. Nevertheless, today doesn’t mark the end of the Trump legal team’s work at all.

In Georgia, early voting has officially begun. Residents of the Peach State now have the opportunity to cast their votes for the candidates they’d like to serve in the Senate. Right now, Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are in tense and close runoffs against Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.

Multiple reports have indicated that Republicans will attempt to intervene if the Electoral College formally acknowledges Biden as the winner of the presidential election.

What did you think about President Trump’s interview with Fox & Friends? How do you believe early voting will impact the Georgia senatorial special elections? Be sure to let us know your feedback and projections in the comments section below!