US President Donald Trump has said that he would not give up seeking to reverse the November election results that gave Democrat Joe Biden a resounding victory.
Although the votes of November 3 were cast and counted and all his cases were filed and all failed, Trump continues to live in his own alternative reality, calling Biden a ‘illegitimate president.
“No, it’s not over,” railed Trump in an appearance on “Fox News” on Sunday night, December 13. “We’re going to keep going and we’re going to keep going forward.”
Trump said there are “numerous local cases” in his campaign in the works and repeated statements that Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania won.
Since at least 1801, when second President John Adams ceded the White House to Thomas Jefferson, there have been peaceful changes of power.
Adams supposedly missed Jefferson’s inauguration in 1801, and now
He may follow in those footsteps, Trump suggested, even if it means attacking the roots of the American tradition.
Asked if he was going to attend the inauguration of Biden, scheduled for Jan. 20, he snapped: “I don’t want to talk about that.”
“Trump ran, “I worry about the nation having an illegitimate president—what that’s I’m worried about. “We’ve won big.”