Trump Insists Election Results in Nevada and Arizona Are “Fake”

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Although President Donald Trump has authorized President-elect Joe Biden’s transition, he continues to assert that the results in closely-watched swing states are fraudulent.

Earlier this morning, the president claimed that the results in Nevada are “fake.” The president’s comment was in response to a Twitter account that claimed the Covid-19 pandemic, which has claimed more than 270,000 American lives to date, is a hoax. (The president has often undermined the pandemic response, insisting from the moment the pandemic began that it would all be over “soon,” though this has obviously not been the case.) read more

WATCH: Arizona’s GOP Attorney General Tells Fox That Biden Will Win the State

Donald Trump and some in his orbit still have not given up on winning the White House. In order to do so he would have to have the results reversed in at least one state.

Part of his plan would also include winning the yet to be called state of Arizona. And while that possibility doesn’t look likely, it is still possible. The state‘s Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich threw some cold water on that idea today, telling Fox News that Biden will win the state. read more

WATCH: Trump Says Biden’s Campaign “Has Turned Into a Cult”

It is not uncommon to hear people refer to Donald Trump’s support as being cult-like. Even the supporters themselves sometimes refer to themselves in this way.

Just the other day, the President retweeted a message that had the hashtag #cult45. The tag being a reference to Trump being the 45th President and his people following him like a messianic figure. read more

New Democratic Coalition Means Doom For Republicans

The results in Arizona’s special congressional election were a wake-up call for Republicans who have been used to hitting the snooze button in recent years.

An Arizona GOP polling expert, Mike Noble, said: “Republicans shouldn’t be hitting the alarm, they should be slamming it. This district isn’t supposed to be competitive, and so to see this margin, especially with the Republicans pouring in resources here — again, it’s a tough year.” read more