Trump in his inauguration address...show your stuff Donald, show how gracious you can be
that is really it there...does the Donald want to go down in history for his accomplishments, or as the worlds biggest sore loser“Every four years, we gather on these steps to carry out the orderly and peaceful transfer of power, and we are grateful to President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for their gracious aid throughout this transition. They have been magnificent.”
its crazy, he keeps making comments where he indicates he accepts he lost, but he won't come out and say it..."Does he want to be remembered for presiding over a booming economy and real accomplishments like tax reform and three Supreme Court justices? Or does he want to be remembered as a guy who spent his final weeks in office trying to undermine American democracy?" said Alex Conant, a Republican strategist who worked on Sen. Marco Rubio's 2016 presidential campaign.
from the bastion of liberal news rags, the National Review...what a load of garbage, get on with it DonaldOn Friday, Trump talked about his accomplishments on prescription drug pricing regulations, one of his top priorities — remarks that had the kind of valedictory notes you would expect from a president getting ready to leave office. "I just hope they keep it. I hope they have the courage to keep it," Trump said, without explanation of who he meant by "they."
Last week, President Trump shared a One America News report claiming that Dominion voting systems “DELETED 2.7 MILLION TRUMP VOTES NATIONWIDE.” On Thursday, Trump lawyer Sidney Powell said at a press conference that Dominion voting machines “can say that a Biden vote counts as 1.25, and a Trump vote counts as 0.75 and those may be the numbers that were actually used here. It’s not just the swing states that were affected. The algorithm was likely run across the country to affect the entire election.”
One reason why we know with certainty that these claims are false is that the state of Georgia just conducted a hand recount of all the paper ballots in the entire state. That is, with bipartisan observers, human beings looked at each paper ballot and tallied them all up. If there were problems with vote-counting machines, Georgia’s hand recount would have found them.
https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/11/ ... n-outcome/