Trump Hints He Could Be Reinstated Due to 'Tremendous' Voter Fraud
'Well we're going to see'
Donald Trump has suggested he could be reinstated as president due to "tremendous voter fraud."
During an interview with Real America's Voice, Trump hinted that he could regain the presidency.
Host Gina Loudon asked Trump during his rally in Perry, Georgia, when the country would "get President Trump back"
"Well we're going to see," Trump replied.
"There's been tremendous voter fraud.
"And it's being revealed on a daily basis, and we'll see what happens."
Trump added that Republican-backed efforts to change voting laws would also have an impact on future elections.
"I think you're going to be incredibly impressed by what's happening and I think maybe by the next election," said Trump.
"We won at the Arizona forensic audit yesterday at a level that you wouldn't believe," Trump told the crowd on Saturday.
"They had headlines that Biden wins in Arizona when they know it's not true.
"He didn't win in Arizona."
"He lost in Arizona based on the forensic audit."
Earlier this month, Trump said he believes officials will "decertify" the 2020 presidential election.
Trump made the statement during an explosive interview while talking about the consequences of the "rigged" election.
The 45th president told The Gateway Pundit:
"I do believe they are going to decertify the election."
"They know it was rigged," Trump said.