President Trump this week reiterated his stance on the 2020 presidential election, stating that he has not conceded the race and “never admitted defeat” while citing alleged widespread voter fraud. He made these remarks while also hinting more information on the matter could be revealed in the near future.
“No, I never admitted defeat… We have a lot of things happening right now … all you have to do is read the newspapers and see what’s coming out now,” Trump told Just the News during an exclusive interview on Monday.
Ahead of what are expected to be bombshell reports on voter fraud in Georgia, he reaffirmed that he has “not conceded.”
Trump continued by explaining if the alleged voter fraud is indeed confirmed, what happens as a result will be up to the public and potentially politicians as well.
“If the election was fraudulent, people are gonna have to make up their own minds,” he said. “It’s not gonna be up to me. It’s gonna be up to the public. It’s gonna be up to, perhaps, politicians. I don’t think there’s ever been a case like this where hundreds of thousands of votes will be found. So we’ll have to see what happens.”
Despite previous reports that the two have had an amicable relationship since January 6, Trump mentioned his disappointment with former Vice President Mike Pence over his refusal to dispute electoral vote counts from various states across the country.
“When you have more votes than you have voters in some cases and when you have the kind of things that are, that were known — in many cases they were known then, but they’re certainly getting better and better known now — I was disappointed that he didn’t send it back,” he added.
If Pence had challenged these electoral counts and sent them back to the states, Trump argues, the entire outcome could have been different.
“That’s my opinion,” said the 45th president. “I think you would have found that you might very well have a different president right now had he sent ’em back.”
Although it remains unclear if President Trump will run for office again in 2024, he is set to kick-off his very first “Save America” rally since January in Ohio on Saturday. Stay tuned into RSBN for updates.