WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Thursday renewed baseless claims that “massive fraud” and crooked officers in battleground states led to his election defeat, and stated he’ll go to Georgia to rally supporters forward of two Senate runoff elections.
Trump spoke to reporters on the White Home after talking with U.S. army leaders abroad.
After his dialog, Trump took questions for the primary time since Election Day and angrily denounced officers in Georgia and Pennsylvania, two key swing states that helped give Biden the win, as “enemies of the state” and claimed they had been culprits in vote fraud.
State officers and worldwide observers have repeatedly stated no proof of mass fraud exists and Trump’s marketing campaign has repeatedly failed in court docket.
Trump stated he would maintain a rally with 1000’s of supporters in Georgia to assist a pair of incumbent Republican Senate candidates — David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler — whose runoff elections on Jan. 5 will decide which occasion controls the Senate.
Trump initially stated the rally can be Saturday. The White Home later clarified he meant Dec. 5, every week from Saturday.