The outgoing president of the United States, Donald Trump, has assured this Wednesday that he already has “all the evidence” that would demonstrate the alleged electoral fraud of the presidential elections of November 3, for which he has asked a group of Republican senators in an act held in Pennsylvania his support to “turn the election around.”
A day after Pennsylvania confirmed its defeat in that state, Trump has intervened via telephone in a hearing held by Republican senators in the city of Gettysburg, chaired by his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, in which he has again insisted on the fraud theory electoral.
“We have to turn the election around, because there is no doubt that we have all the evidence,” said a Donald Trump, while Jenna Ellis, another member of his legal team, held the mobile phone to a microphone so that those present will listen to a conspiratorial spiel of about ten minutes.
“All we need is for a judge to listen to it correctly without having a political opinion or having another type of problem, because we have everything and, by the way, the evidence is coming now as we speak,” he assured.
“These elections were rigged. We cannot allow this to happen. We cannot allow it to happen in our country. These elections have to be reversed because we won Pennsylvania by a lot of difference and we won all these undecided states also by a lot,” he insisted.
Trump, who was scheduled to travel to Gettysburg, has finally stayed in the White House after one of his campaign advisers tested positive for coronavirus.
In this case it is Boris Epshteyn, one of the members of his legal team, who was present at last week’s fiery press conference in Washington, in which Giuliani, who has traveled to Gettysburg, affirmed that there was a nationwide plan to kick Donald Trump out of the Oval Office.