Trump Speaks Out on 2020 Election: 'We Have to Get to the Bottom of What Happened'
'It’s a disgrace. It’s a disgrace'
Donald Trump broke his silence on Wednesday following the death of conservative legend Rush Limbaugh.
Trump told Newsmax host Greg Kelly:
“Rush Limbaugh thought we won the election."
"We did win the election," Trump added.
"It was disgraceful what happened.”
Trump then praised Limbaugh, who was a devoted supporter.
He also praised Greg Kelly for his success.
Trump said of Rush:
“He would talk for three hours… He could talk."
"He wouldn’t repeat," Trump said.
Trump also weighed in Joe Biden's recent false claims that he did not have the vaccine when we entered office.
“He’s either not telling the truth, or he’s totally off," Trump said.
"We had the vaccine before he came into office. Could he be joking?"
"Because frankly, it was a very dumb statement.”
Speaking on the 2020 election, Trump said:
"Bad things happened, but you’ve covered that, and you know it."
"And really bad and dishonest things happened, and when they say ‘stop the steal,’ they’re not just kidding."
"It’s a disgrace. It’s a disgrace."
"It’s like a third-world country with the elections," Trump argued.
"So we have to get that straightened out, and I think, get to the bottom of what happened."
"I also think going forward, but we also have to go back because we have to go back," he added.
"I watched him last night on television, and I think it’s a disgrace.”
Neon Nettle reported earlier this week that most Republican voters say they want President Donald Trump to "play a big role" in the GOP moving forward, according to a new poll.
Three out of four Republicans want to see Trump become a more dominant figure within the party.
The new Quinnipiac University national poll was conducted Thursday through Sunday, during and after Trump's acquittal in his Senate impeachment trial.