President Trump ‘not going to change mind’ on election fraud

U.S. President Donald Trump (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

OAN Newsroom
UPDATED 11:45 AM PT – Sunday, November 29, 2020

President Trump is standing firm in his fight for a fair election. He claims he will dedicate 125 percent of his energy to his legal battles.

In an interview Sunday, the President drew attention to what he calls the disastrous handling of mail-in ballots. He reiterated election officials sent millions of ballots out, which caused people to receive more than one ballot and even allowed dead people to apply to get ballots.

President Trump also highlighted the lack of interest from lawmakers and justice officials to even look into the evidence his legal team is presenting.

“This is total fraud,” he stated. “This election was rigged and…and it continues to be as they hide.”

The President also doubled-down on his assertion that Democrat nominee Joe Biden will have to prove his votes were legal.  On the subject of the Supreme Court, the President asked “what kind of a court system is this?”

He added he needs a Supreme Court that’s willing to make a really big decision. Moving forward, President Trump and his legal team will have to resolve any election challenges by December 8.

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