President Trump brought a crowd of enthusiastic rally-goers to their feet on Friday night at an electric Save America rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona, when he declared that he won the 2020 presidential election by “millions” of votes.
He said, “I ran twice, I won twice…and likewise getting more votes than any sitting president in the history of our country by far!”
The crowd cheered wildly in response, waving Trump signs and shouting their support for the 45th president.
“And now,” Trump added with a grin, “we may have to do it again.”
Trump fired up the audience on Saturday, lambasting Biden and the “radical left” for turning “calm into chaos” and “competence into incompetence.”
He added, “…The election was rigged and stolen, and now our country is systematically being destroyed because of it.”
Trump additionally touched on border security and the economy in a speech that both attacked the “radical Democrats” and stumped strongly for America First candidates like gubernatorial frontrunner Kari Lake and Senate candidate Blake Masters.
“When Kari Lake becomes governor…it’ll be like day and night,” Trump quipped, drawing a comparison between her staunch, no-nonsense political approach and the “RINOs” who “are worse than Democrats.”