July 6, 2022

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Trump has put forward his ‘lies’ about the 2020 election despite warnings from advisers

Trump has put forward his ‘lies’ about the 2020 election despite warnings from advisers

Washington | His Justice Minister, advisers and even his own daughter … The House committee on Monday provided an alarming timeline on how Donald Trump, who lost the 2020 presidential election, tried to retain power by arguing that he had “stolen” the election. “Despite repeated rejections from him and his closest supporters.

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“Before the election, Mr. Trump decided to argue that if he loses the election, regardless of the facts and reality, it’s rigging,” said Joe Lofgren, an elected Democrat member of the group, seeking to come to light. The Republican billionaire was responsible for the January 6, 2021 attack on the United States Congress by his supporters.

After nearly a year of investigation, the commission provided an exhaustive account of the former president’s maneuvers between Monday night’s presidential election and the attack on Capitol Hill.

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Giuliani ‘intoxicated’

Just hours after the November 3, 2020 election, Joe Biden and Donald Trump were in the neck and neck. In a statement released by the commission on Monday, Ivanka Trump, the daughter of the former president and one of her closest advisers at the time, said: “It is clear that no decision will be made on the election that night.

However, just before 2:30 a.m., Donald Trump appeared in front of American television from the White House living rooms. “Honestly, we won the election,” he said, despite the current figures.

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“It’s too early to make this kind of decision,” Bill Stephen, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, told a group of elected officials.

Was he one of those who promoted the President in his approach that evening? According to his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, one of the president’s advisers who testified before the commission, he was “apparently intoxicated.”

Donald Trump ‘angry’

On November 7, 2020, just before 11:30 a.m., Joe Biden was announced as the winner. The same day, Donald Trump’s campaign manager attended a meeting with a retired president. “We told him we thought he might have a 5 or 10% chance at this stage (….)”, Bill Stephen details.

The president was “mostly angry”, Mr. Said Stephen. The leader decides to change his teams to surround himself with the people who support him in his crusade.

On November 19, the new legal team held a highly confusing press conference. Sidney Powell, one of Donald Trump’s lawyers, has accused Venezuela, Cuba and Democrats of plotting the election.

On his side, Rudy condemned Giuliani, the “iron screen of the notoriety of censorship”. Under the heat of the spotlights, brown liquid, hair color, begins to drip onto her temples.


Four days later, Attorney General Bill Barr visited the White House. “It’s a little embarrassing,” the minister said in a video aired Monday by the commission.

On several occasions, the two men together examined the electoral fraud committed by Donald Trump. “Nonsense” according to the Minister of Justice.

“It discouraged me, because I told myself, ‘This is crazy, if he really believes all this, he’s really out of touch with reality,'” Bill Barr promised to resign on December 14th.

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Over the next month, the commission argued that Donald Trump and his entourage would continue to tell “these lies” about election fraud to collect donations. Her campaign team is raising $ 250 million between Election Day and January 6, 2021, flooding her supporters with dozens of emails a day, she revealed.

Joe L‌fgren, best known for working on the impeachment of three presidents, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton… and Donald Trump, before Congress, joked that “the big lie is also a big scam.”

Over the next few days during the four hearings, the so-called “January 6” Commission will continue to submit its conclusions on the year of the trial, keeping in mind the “coup attempt” of the former White House tenant.

The main interested party Donald Trump on Monday once again denounced the work of this commission, calling it a “witch hunt” which, according to him, “shames America”.