UPDATED 1:24 PM PT – Monday, November 16, 2020
President Trump’s personal attorney wants to make it clear that the President will never concede the election and fully intends to win.
In an interview Sunday, Rudy Giuliani said the President was sarcastic when he said in a tweet that Biden “won” the election by stealing votes. President Trump’s tweet caused cheering in the mainstream media who took the phrase “Biden won” out of context and championed it as what they hoped would be a concession.
Giuliani added, the context of that tweet makes it perfectly clear the president was saying Biden’s theft of votes is not a victory. He went on to outline the various examples of voter fraud that were documented during the election and have gone ignored by the mainstream media.
My team is fighting vigorously on behalf of the President to restore legitimacy and trust in the results of this election and future ones. Systematic fraud, irregularities, and UNLAWFUL conduct erode confidence in our free and fair elections!!
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) November 15, 2020
In a recent statement, the President’s attorney said the Trump campaign has two lawsuits in Michigan that focus on the unlawful expulsion of Republican poll watchers from the counting process. Giuliani added, Democrats also failed to signature-match thousands of votes. He said such actions render hundreds-of-thousands of Biden votes illegal.
“We can count now up to 628,000 votes were unlawfully cast that way,” said Giuliani. “And now in Michigan, well over 300,000 and we’ve just began to count, which is part of both cases.”
The President’s attorney has shown a few affidavits noting that thousands of similar witness testimonies are now part of the court cases that will prove President Trump won the election.
REVEALED: Sworn Evidence Of Pervasive Voter Fraud #Affidavits
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) November 13, 2020
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