President Trump turned to a crowd of supporters in Washington DC on Wednesday as Congress prepared to justify the election victory of elected rival President Joe Biden.
Saying the 2020 presidential election was pushed against him, he vowed not to let him in even because the inauguration day is only two weeks away.
“We’ll never let him in,” Trump told the cheering crowd. – Do not enter if theft has taken place.
“They made an election this year. They got it as if they had never cheated an election before, ”Trump continued, referring to companies he called“ pseudo-news media ”and social media.
“Anyway, they didn’t do a bad job last night,” he added, referring to the Georgian election, which decided the fate of the Senate’s leadership.
One Democratic candidate, Rev. Raphael Warnock, has already been declared the winner of his race, and the other, Jon Ossoff, leads with a narrow lead among opinion polls.
Trump speaks from the frame of the “Save America March” boards on the podium, which is lined with American flags flying in the cold DC breeze.
Like the under-signed “Make America Great Again” rallies that have become a feature of two presidential campaigns, Trump is surrounded by a sea of supporters in red baseball caps and star-studded shirts.
His remarks were preceded by an outstanding dial of pre-recorded campaigns and speeches over the years, as well as a widespread playlist of classic rock, including Phil Collins ’ominous“ Tonight in the Air, ”which Journey called“ Don’t Stop Believing ”.
Trump’s meeting came at a time when Congress aimed to verify the results of the 2020 presidential election, which the president has repeatedly claimed to be undermined by widespread, organized fraud.
Speakers addressing the masses that preceded the president included his son, Donald Trump Jr., freshman Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina and Rudy Giuliani, a personal attorney.
Before diagnosing the coronavirus, Giuliani served as an architect in a number of campaign lawsuits that overturned Biden’s victory, most of which were not in court.
Wednesday’s certifying vote served as a wedge among Republican lawmakers, alongside Trump loyalists like Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, of Texas and Missouri, respectively, vowed to question the results, and Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas was among those who had stepped forward to recognize Biden’s victory. as legitimate.
Thousands of supporters traveled from across the country to the event, with local law enforcement and congressional security organizations prepared for possible unrest.
Earlier this week, the judge banned Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, the leader of the far-right Proud Boys group from the nation’s capital, citing accusations against him of damaging the Black Lives flag in a historic church and arresting him. capacity firearms depots.