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Trump Absurdly Claims That He's Actually A 'Very Gracious Loser' Who Would Admit If He 'Lost'

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Donald Trump has refused to acknowledge the results of the 2020 Presidential election for over a month now. But the fact remains Trump lost.

Bigly.

Joe Biden will become the next President of the United States on January 20, 2021.

Nonetheless, the Trump Campaign filed numerous lawsuits with the counties of multiple swing states, including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada, Georgia and Arizona.

Through those suits, the campaign asked counties to delay formally certifying vote counts, to reject large swaths of votes or to invalidate entire counts because some election officials were a couple feet too far away.

Oddly they raised none of these objections in states or counties where Trump won or at all in 2016.

All one of their legal ploys have been dismissed or denied.

But in a recent rally in Georgia—Trump's first public appearance large public event since the campaign leading up to the November 3 election—the soon-to-be-former president somehow managed to stay firm to his false claims about winning the election and also boast about losing the election.

Even for Trump, it was some impressive logical gymnastics.

"We actually won. Remember, so many of the states, I won every one of them. Every one of these states."
"And by the way, the swing states that we're all fighting over now, I won them all by a lot."
"And I have to say, if I lost, I'd be a very gracious loser."
"If I lost, I'd say 'I lost' and I'd go to Florida and I'd take it easy and I'd go around and say 'I did a good job' — but you can't ever accept when they steal and rig and rob."

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Comments on the Youtube video were having absolutely none of it.



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And over on Twitter, people were outraged and dumbfounded by Trump's comments as well.






The true test of Donald Trump's grace will come at noon on January 20, 2021, when he'll be forced to hand over the reigns to President-Elect Joe Biden.