Bryan Lanza told LBC’s Tom Swarbrick the vast majority of Americans do not think the 2020 election vote will be undone. He added President Trump and his campaign want to outline the rules regarding voting were changed “in the middle of the game” and that it was unfair. 

Mr Lanza said: “I don’t think anybody expects the result to be changed.

“The vast majority of the country does not think the election is going to be undone or any votes are going to be thrown out.

“I think what President Trump and his campaign are looking for is to say the rules were changed in the middle of the game, that is unfair.

“Now you have courts that have come forward and said yes, the Governors did not have this authority to change the rules.

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“It probably sets him up for a strong run in 2024.”

President Trump has repeatedly claimed voter fraud was involved in the US election despite no evidence of this. 

Doubling down on his claims, today President Trump once again claimed the “vote was rigged” and stated he has still not conceded defeat – despite Mr Biden winning the required 270 electoral college seats. 

Earlier this week Donald Trump almost acknowledged his defeat in the 2020 Presidential election before reiterating his stance on opposing a national lockdown across the United States.

“I will not go – this administration will not be going to a lockdown.

“Hopefully whatever happens in the future, who knows which administration will be.

“I guess time will tell. But I can tell you this administration will not go to a lockdown.

“Lockdowns cost lives and they cause a lot of problems.”



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