Trump called the 2020 US election the “crime of the century”

Former US President Donald Trump called the 2020 election the “crime of the century”.

“In my opinion, it was the crime of the century — what happened in November. Because now we have a crisis on the border because all these things are happening to our country. < … > November 3 was a shame, the elections ended on November 3 in the evening, and then something began to happen,” Trump added.

Trump and his supporters have repeatedly claimed fraud in the presidential election, but about fifty American courts, including the US Supreme Court, rejected their arguments. Former US President Donald Trump compared the 2020 US elections to the 2004 Ukrainian elections.

“There were more votes than voters in Philadelphia. <…> They arranged a turnout on the North Korean model. Similar things, they say, happened in Ukraine in 2004. Now, to a large extent, they have happened here. We will prove it,” Trump said.

During the speech, Trump also accused Russia of humiliating the country under the current head of state Joe Biden. According to him, Joe Biden is destroying the United States right before the eyes of Americans, just like Russia, Iran, and China.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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