“It was my decision.” Thus, Donald Trump referred to his position on rejecting the results of the 2020 presidential election, which he lost to Joe Biden.
Former US President Donald Trump (2017-2021) said this Sunday that this is his responsibility. “decision” Denies the results of the 2020 election, which he lost to current President Joe Biden, and launches a legal attack to invalidate the election.
The Republican was indicted in federal court in Washington. He allegedly tried to overturn the results and incited the attack on the Capitol. and was indicted in Georgia state court on charges of leading a mafia conspiracy to overturn Georgia’s election, in which case he could go to prison.
“That was my decision.” In an interview with NBC, President Trump repeated the lie that he actually won the election, but that there was election fraud.
former president said he ignored his lawyer’s advice They said he told them he lost the election because he “didn’t trust” them, even though he hired them.
“When you hire them and you don’t know them, it turns out they’re not that good.” he related.
In it, Trump singled out his appointee, Attorney General Bill Barr, who distanced himself from false allegations of fraud and accused Trump of neglecting his duties. “I was scared.” .
Trump, on the other hand, listened to the opinions of other collaborators that the election was “rigged,” but it was his own opinion that lasted the most. “instinct” He explained in detail.
According to the survey, Ministry of JusticeTrump deliberately lied that he won the election, tried to use every legal trick to change the certification of the results, and violently stormed the Capitol building by thousands of his supporters to block the ratification of Biden’s victory. incited violence.
In that sense, Trump has maintained his innocence. four criminal charges against him two of which are related to the 2020 election and accuse a “witch hunt” by Biden.
Meanwhile, the White House responded to the Justice Department’s investigation as follows: they are independent from the government .
Turning around, Mr. Trump It’s my favorite Biden is facing a contest for the Republican nomination for the 2024 presidential election, and is seeking re-election for a second term.