The outgoing US President Donald Trump insists on denying the US election result in front of his Democratic rival Joe Biden, who won the elections, and Trump takes every means to repeatedly confirm that the election result is forged and that he is the winner in the presidential race, and he rallied his party’s supporters and senators to take a stand on the outcome Elections, and Trump tweeted on his Twitter account, a short while ago, saying: “The greatest electoral fraud in the history of our country.”
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This comes after CNN revealed that President Donald Trump held a hot meeting in the Oval Office on Friday, which included attorney Sydney Powell and her client, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The end is shouting about certain points as some of Trump’s aides dismissed Powell and Flynn’s more infuriating proposals about turning the election around.
According to the report, Flynn suggested earlier that Trump could resort to martial law as part of his attempt to cancel the election that he lost to Joe Biden, an idea that was raised again during the meeting in the Oval Office, according to what an informed person said, and it was not clear whether Trump was He supports the idea or no, but others who attended the meeting strongly rejected it and closed the door before it.
White House aides who participated in the meeting, including White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Counselor Pat Cipollon, also rejected a proposal to appoint Powell as a special investigator into allegations of voter fraud denied by members of the Trump administration itself. With its first conspiracies, it focused on the voting machines and put forward the idea that there should be a private investigator to search the machines for faults.
Another idea that was raised at the meeting was the issuance of an executive decision allowing the government to evaluate the voting machines for inspection, and one of those attending the meeting described it as ugly, with Powell and Flynn accusing others of abandoning the president while seeking to overturn the election result.