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At Georgia Rally, Donald Trump Says, 'If I lost, I would be a very gracious loser.'

At Georgia Rally, Donald Trump Says, 'If I lost, I would be a very gracious loser.'

“If I lost, I'd be a very gracious loser. If I lost, I would say I lost, and I'd go to Florida, and I'd take it easy... But you can't ever accept when they steal, and rig, and rob." Trump also said: "We will find that hundreds of thousands of ballots were illegally cast all over your state".

Potus still fails to believe that he has lost. Recently, at a rally in Georgia, Trump said that he would be a 'very gracious loser' if he lost the elections. The emphasis on 'if' tells us that he doesn't agree with Biden's victory. 

 



 

 

On the 5th of December, Donald Trump appeared at his rally in Georgia. it was his first rally after losing the elections. According to BBC News, Biden was the first one to win the presidential election in the State of Georgia since 1992 as a Democratic candidate. 

In the rally, Trump was campaigning for David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler who are competing against Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. In the rally, Trump urged people to vote for Senators Loeffler and Perdue. While crusading for the two Senators, Trump managed to slip a comment or two regarding his own political activities. Once again he managed to claim that he has won the Peach State and the election overall!  

"You know we won Georgia, just so you understand," Trump, 74, claimed to the crowd.

 

Trump in Georgia

 

Watch Trump address the Georgia crowd in the video below:

 



 

 

Trump put forward a wrong statement, he said: "We actually won, remember? So many of the states - I won every one of them. Every one of these states - and by the way, the swing states that we're all fighting over now? I won them all by a lot."

He also stated: "We will find that hundreds of thousands of ballots were illegally cast all over your state, and all over the country, by the way. More than enough to give us a total historic victory."

After this, he claimed that if he did lose the election, he would chivalrously accept his defeat!

 



 

 

"If I lost, I would be a very gracious loser," Trump informed the rowdy crowd.

Trump further claimed, "If I lost, I would say 'I lost', and I would go to Florida, and I would take it easy, and I would go around, and I would say I did a good job."

 Without any hesitation, Trump continued to declare his groundless claims of a fraudulent election. he said to the crowd, "But you can't ever accept when they steal and rig and rob" After this, the raucous crowd broke out into a 'Stop the steal' chant. Furthermore, Trump went on saying,  "Well, the democrats did try to steal the presidency - they're trying like hell."

 



 

 

CNN currently projects that Biden, 78, has won the presidential election with 306 votes in the electoral college. Trump currently trails on 232. The college is due to meet on December 14 to formalize the results

Also, read: Incumbent President Trump Once Again Says He 'Won' The Election.

Article source: vt.

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