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Donald Trump says he is "so disappointed" in the Supreme Court after they refused to hear Texas AG's offer


Donald Trump said the campaign was "not over" on Sunday when he expressed his "disappointment" in the Supreme Court and refused to hear the Texas lawsuit seeking to overturn Joe Biden's victory.

The president told Fox News presenter Brian Kilmeade in an interview broadcast Sunday morning, "It's not over yet."

He said he was concerned that the US had "an illegitimate president" and compared alleged electoral fraud to elections in a "third world country".

Trump said that local Democrats in swing states could "outsmart" their Republican counterparts to rig the Biden election.

“We continue and we will continue to move forward. We have numerous local cases, ”he continued in his conversation with Kilmeade, which was caught on camera at the Army-Navy soccer game on Saturday.

He assured that his legal team had adequately "proven" the fraud in the elections.

"We have proven it, but no judge has had the courage, including the Supreme Court. I am so disappointed with them," he chastised.

Trump's comments on Kilmeade came two days after the Supreme Court, which has a Conservative majority of 6-3, refused to hear Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's complaint to dismiss the election results.

The lawsuit sought to invalidate the results of presidential elections in four other states.

When Trump complained about the Supreme Court's decision not to hear the case on Saturday, Twitter advised people to like and respond to the president's tweets on the same day.

"We try to prevent a tweet like this, which otherwise violates the Twitter rules, from reaching more people. So we have disabled most of the ways to get in touch with him," added the social media platforms in one added note to the contributions.

Donald Trump told Fox's Brian Kilmeade that his campaign is not over and claims he will continue to work to ensure America does not have an "illegitimate president".

The president told Fox and Friends he was

The president told Fox and Friends that he was "so disappointed" that the Supreme Court decided not to hear a Texas case to dismiss the election results

Trump, second from left, plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday. When Trump complained about the Supreme Court's decision not to hear the case on Saturday, Twitter advised people to like and respond to the president's tweets on the same day

Trump, second from left, plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday. When Trump complained about the Supreme Court's decision not to hear the case on Saturday, Twitter advised people to like and respond to the president's tweets on the same day

Trump said that local Democrats in swing states could "outsmart" their Republican counterparts to rig the Biden election. The President plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday

Trump said that local Democrats in swing states could "outsmart" their Republican counterparts to rig the Biden election. The President plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday

In his Twitter rant, he called the decision a "great and shameful miscarriage of justice". Twitter later told The Hill that the decision had been reversed, adding, "We inadvertently took steps to limit the number of engagements on the flagged tweet."

Also on Saturday, pro-Trump protesters came to Washington, DC, and again demanded: "Stop the theft!"

The president continued to be furious about the Supreme Court's decision during his interview on Fox News – especially after Trump nominated three unprecedented judges to the panel in his four years.

"No judge, not even before the United States Supreme Court, had the courage to allow a hearing," he said.

“The Supreme Court just said we have no position. So you are essentially saying that the President of the United States and Texas and these other states, great states, have no position, ”he continued.

The president also insisted that the campaign was "not over", adding, "We keep going and we will keep moving forward." We have numerous local cases. & # 39;

Judges Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito said they heard the case but refused to reverse the election result. The other seven judges declined to hear the case and ended the legal tender.

& # 39; This is a big and shameful mistake by the judiciary. The people of the United States have been betrayed and our country has fallen from grace. Never given our day in court! & # 39; Trump tweeted from the White House on Saturday morning.

“I won the election in a landslide, but remember, I am only thinking of legal votes, not all of the fake voters and scammers who miraculously came in from everywhere! What a shame! & # 39; he went on.

Trump leaves the White House on Sunday. In his Twitter Rant Saturday, he described the Supreme Court decision as a "great and shameful miscarriage of justice".

Trump leaves the White House on Sunday. In his Twitter Rant Saturday, he described the Supreme Court decision as a "great and shameful miscarriage of justice".

The President plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday. He continued to be furious during his interview on Fox News about the Supreme Court decision. The president told Fox News presenter Brian Kilmeade in an interview broadcast Sunday morning, "It's not over yet."

The President plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday. He continued to be furious during his interview on Fox News about the Supreme Court decision. The president told Fox News presenter Brian Kilmeade in an interview broadcast Sunday morning, "It's not over yet."

Trump, pictured on Sunday, has again insisted that "tens of thousands of ballot papers" have been illegally filed in what is known as a "rigged election".

Trump, pictured on Sunday, has again insisted that "tens of thousands of ballot papers" have been illegally filed in what is known as a "rigged election".

President Donald Trump throws a golf ball while playing golf on Sunday. Trump refused to speak about whether he will attend Biden's inauguration, adding, "What happened to this country is that we were like a third world country."

President Donald Trump plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday

President Donald Trump plays golf at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday. Trump refused to speak about whether he will attend Biden's inauguration, adding, "What happened to this country is that we were like a third world country."

A protester shows support for Trump as he arrives at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday

A protester shows support for Trump as he arrives at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia on Sunday

Twitter on Saturday temporarily banned people from liking and responding to the president's tweets, with a note that read, "We're trying to prevent any more a tweet like this that would otherwise break Twitter rules People reached out, so we have disabled most of the options deal with it & # 39;

Twitter on Saturday temporarily banned people from liking and responding to the president's tweets, with a note that read, "We're trying to prevent any more a tweet like this that would otherwise break Twitter rules People reached out, so we have disabled most of the options deal with it & # 39;

On Sunday the president told Fox: “You are giving us very little time. But we caught them, as you know, fraudulently dropping ballots and doing so many things that no one can believe. & # 39;

Trump again insisted that "tens of thousands of ballot papers" were illegally submitted "a rigged choice".

He added: “This was not a close choice. You are looking at Georgia. We won Georgia big. We won Pennsylvania big. We won Wisconsin big. We won it big. & # 39;

Trump refused to speak about whether he will attend Biden's inauguration, adding, "What happened to this country is that we were like a third world country."

There are reports that instead of watching the peaceful transfer on Jan. 20, the President will be leaving the White House with Marine One from the South Lawn and taking one final Air Force One flight to Florida for a rally.

He is expected to use this rally to immediately announce that he will run for president in 2024 – and prepare him for four years of campaigning during Biden's tenure, during which Trump would certainly be his biggest critic.

Supporters of US President Donald Trump take part in the Million MAGA March to protest the result of the 2020 presidential election in the US Supreme Court on Saturday

Supporters of US President Donald Trump take part in the Million MAGA March to protest the result of the 2020 presidential election in the US Supreme Court on Saturday

Ken Paxton of Texas AG said, "It is unfortunate that the Supreme Court has decided not to take this case and determine the constitutionality of these four states." Failure to comply with federal and state electoral law. "

Ken Paxton of Texas AG said, "It is unfortunate that the Supreme Court has decided not to take this case and determine the constitutionality of these four states." Failure to comply with federal and state electoral law. "

More than 50 judgments from federal and regional courts have confirmed Biden's victory. Trump has refused to admit defeat, claiming without evidence that he was denied victory through massive fraud.

A disappointed Texas AG Ken Paxton responded to the result on Twitter, saying, "It is unfortunate that the Supreme Court has ruled not to take this case and determine the constitutionality of these four states that do not comply with federal and state electoral law." "

Trump attempted to intervene in the case – and 126 members of the Republican House followed suit, while 17 states signed a friend of the court letter who supported the lawsuit in Texas.

The four states that were sued, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia, have classified the lawsuit as "legally unreasonable and contrary to the principles of constitutional democracy".

And the majority of the Supreme Court found that Texas was unable to even bring the case up. It also showed no "reasonably discernible interest in the way another state conducts elections".

In other words, Texas had no evidence of how it had been harmed by the electoral process in the four states singled out in the lawsuit.

Trump's attention on Sunday also turned to the coronavirus and the approval of the Pfizer vaccination.

The President said, “If I weren't the President – almost everyone, even the enemy – if I weren't the President, you would not have a vaccine for five years.

"I pressured the FDA and the companies and everyone else involved like no one had been pressured before, and now you have it in place."

D.C .: The member of the Proud Boys was treated for a stomach wound before being taken to hospital

D.C .: The member of the Proud Boys was treated for a stomach wound before being taken to hospital

D.C .: A member of the Proud Boys was stabbed in a confrontation with a counter-protester around 9:20 p.m.

D.C .: A member of the Proud Boys was stabbed in a confrontation with a counter-protester around 9:20 p.m.

D.C .: Fireworks are being fired in the capital of the country as protesters and counter-protesters clashed on Saturday evening

D.C .: Fireworks are being fired in the capital of the country as protesters and counter-protesters clashed on Saturday evening

OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON: A Trump supporter receives help from law enforcement after bumping into counter-demonstrators

OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON: A Trump supporter receives help from law enforcement after bumping into counter-demonstrators

At least four protesters were stabbed to death on Saturday evening after violence broke out between the Proud Boys and the Black Lives Matter counter-protesters after the second MAGA march in Washington DC.

The 15,000-strong crowd sang "Destroy the GOP" as they listened to speakers including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and Rudy Giuliani's star fraud witness Melissa Carona, who claimed Trump was "the best president we've ever had".

Jones was charged with inciting violence after declaring, "Joe Biden is going to be removed one way or another!"

Thousands of loyal supporters of the president gathered in front of the Supreme Court after their decision on Friday.

In Washington state, a person was shot dead in clashes between pro-Trump protesters and counter-protesters.