Trump: 'I Never Admitted Defeat, I Have Not Conceded'
Trump declares he has not backed down
Donald Trump said during an interview with David Brody on Real America’s News that he never conceded in the 2020 election.
Despite claims from the left-wing media, Trump says he has not backed down.
Trump also discussed his highly-anticipated visit to the US Border with Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
“I want to start with something you told Sean Hannity last week,” said Brody.
“The headlines were about how you admitted defeat in the 2020 election when you said ‘we didn’t win’ … Did you admit defeat? I just want to understand that.” Brody asked.
“No, I never admitted defeat,” responded Trump.
“I never used the word concede; I have not conceded,” he continued.
Trump went on the discuss the mounting evidence of election illegalities and fraud being found in Arizona, Georgia, and elsewhere.
"There is a tremendous percentage [of the American people] that thinks the election was rigged and stolen,” said Trump.
Trump also noted that election fraud claims are nothing new and referred to Hillary Clinton's comments following the 2016 election.
In 2018, Clinton accused Trump of conspiring with Putin to rig elections by attacking voting machines.
"The great mystery is why the president has not spoken up for our country."
"It was a very broad and a very successful cyberattack on our electoral system,” she said.
"The attack goes to the heart of our democracy."
"The great mystery is why the president has not spoken up for our country.”
Trump noted, “in this case there’s [actually] massive evidence.”
Last month, Trump posted on his website:
“As our country is being destroyed, both inside and out, the Presidential Election of 2020 will go down as THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY!”
Trump noted the recent Wall Street Journal story, headlined: “Trump-Biden Was Worst Presidential Polling Miss in 40 Years."