Trump shows no intention to back off in first post-election rally
Trump shows no intention to back off in first post-election rally

VALDOSTA: President Donald Trump had no intention of relinquishing his baseless claims about the last month's election which he alleged was stolen from him. He made it clear on Saturday telling a raucous crowd at his first post-poll rally he would somehow still win.

The outgoing president launched into another petition of an allegation that the polls won handily by Democrat Joe Biden were rigged. The crowd in Georgia for which was nominally a rally in support of two Republican Senate candidates facing a hugely consequential runoff election roared in support, at one point chanting "fight for Trump." A defiant Donald Trump is showing no signs of surrender and has reiterated yet again his unsubstantiated allegations of widespread voter fraud. In a nearly two-hour speech, the 74-year-old Trump declared he would not concede, at times sticking to his script but regularly going off-the-cuff for his more incendiary claims. Trump has barely left the White House since Biden was projected winner of the election and there had been concerns from some Republicans over whether Trump's continuing claims of fraud would drive down voter turnout among Republicans in the upcoming election, making his appearance in Georgia somewhat of a gamble. Despite a remarkable series of setbacks in the courts, the president and his lawyers have advanced wild conspiracy theories to explain Biden's victory.

The Washington Post said Kemp, once a devoted Trump ally, refused the appeal. Loeffler and Perdue have moved cautiously, urging Georgians to vote without directly challenging Trump's complaints. Trump was a worse catastrophe to his country than coronavirus. Vaccines and masks may repair Covid damages but nothing can undo Trump's damage to American democracy.

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