President Donald Trump’s recent comments to reporters carried massive implications about the future of his legal battle over the presidential election. The President signaled that if no solid evidence of election fraud can be uncovered, he may be forced to concede the election.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, President Trump said, “Time isn’t on our side. Everything else is on our side. Facts are on our side. It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud.”
To anyone paying attention, President Trump is very realistic about the next month, which will likely make or break his legal case.
President Trump is confident that he has a case and that there was massive voter fraud that led to Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden winning the election.
However, should President Trump fail to prove his case in the court system, he will have to concede the election. It will be difficult, but President Trump seems committed to working within the system regardless of what he knows about voter fraud.
President Trump and his legal team are building their case, and so far, things are looking up in Pennsylvania. But Trump needs something big to win. Time is running out, and President Trump may soon have to concede the election.
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