He devoted his speech to electoral fraud. “Unfortunately, there were large-scale violations in the 2020 presidential elections, and many angry people understand this,” the politician said.
Trump also criticized the American press because his allegations of falsification were called unfounded, and promised to publish materials proving him right. “Otherwise [congratulations] on Easter,” the politician concluded his address.
Earlier, the American newspaper The Washington Post issued a refutation of the material attributed to Donald Trump’s words that he did not utter. In the January article, it was said that the politician allegedly demanded that the head of a group investigating possible violations in the presidential elections in Georgia “find falsifications”, promising that in this case, she would become a “national hero.”