Donald Trump called the election "stolen" on Sunday morning as he tweeted allegations from former MP Newt Gingrich that the Democrats "stole what they had to steal".
But he avoided using his own voice in a series of tweets, instead highlighting Gingrich, who had appeared on Fox and Friends, and Turley, a registered Democrat who opposed Trump's impeachment as a Republican witness on the House Judiciary Committee would have.
Almost immediately, the tweets were flagged as possible misinformation by Twitter.
At the same time, Trump left the White House to play golf again, just as he did on Saturday.
The tweets suggest that despite signs that he is already breaking up his family with his sons and Jared Kushner, Trump is not backing down or planning to admit whether he should admit.
Gingrich's claim that the election was corrupt came from an interview with Fox & Friends in which he labeled Democrats "corrupt" and claimed the result was a "left takeover."
Fore: Donald Trump went back to the golf course on Sunday, hoping perhaps for a better 18 holes than on Saturday when he was told he would be defeated not long after the tee shot
Don't back down yet … Donald Trump's family seems very divided over what to do now if his sons tweet a plethora of fraud allegations, but Jared Kushner tells him to give up the fight
Message received? Donald Trump was followed by protesters when he arrived at his club in Sterling, Virginia to play golf
Trump quoted Newt Gingrich at Fox & Friends in his tweet. In fact, the UK's best pollster was American think tank commentator Patrick Barsham, who works for the Cato Institute in Washington DC but wrote on the Sunday Express in the UK
Another voice: Jonathan Turley is a law professor and registered Democrat who has repeatedly endorsed Trump
Gingrich had been spending Saturday on the same Trump golf course the President was playing golf on when he was told that TV and the Associated Press had scheduled the election and he was defeated. It is not known whether the two men spoke there.
Trump also reinforced claims made by Turley, a law professor, about fraud, particularly in Pennsylvania, the state that put Biden at the top of its electoral majority.
Turley suggested that there might be a problem authenticating the ballots received after Tuesday and that it might affect the outcome of the entire election.
The claim is difficult to assess. Pennsylvania had already segregated the late-arriving ballots and it is not yet known how many there are or if there are enough to affect the election result.
Trump's eldest sons launched a fusillade of morning tweets claiming their father's defeat was a cheating Sunday, a sign of a breakup with their brother-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Don Jr. and Eric both retweeted allegations by Republican activists, including the late boxer Joe Frazier, who was voting in Philadelphia, and that counting software had been tampered with against Republicans.
Eric called for a "manual recount" of all ballots – which would run up to 150 million – because a county in Georgia said three days ago that it was delaying the count due to a software problem.
& # 39; Software from Hell! There must now be a manual recount of all ballots in this country! & # 39; he said.
And Don Jr. retweeted an anti-concession demand accusing Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania of "rampant fraud".
Early on Sunday it was unclear whether one of the two sons had spoken to his father, as his defeat was announced by the networks shortly before Saturday noon.
Late on Saturday night, however, it became known that her brother-in-law Jared Trump had asked to come to terms with the defeat and offer a concession.
First Son Complaint: The aforementioned bug occurred in Gwinnett County, GA on Tuesday and was corrected by Thursday
Allegation: In that tweet, Paul Gosar – a Trump-loyalist Republican Congressman – claimed that software that Biden mistakenly awarded 6,000 votes in Michigan should be investigated everywhere in a glitch that was immediately discovered and revealed by officials there where it was used
Poll-Monitoring Allegations: The Trump campaign alleged in press conferences and tweets that observers had been "banned" and then admitted in court that they had not. They are expected to sue Monday for not getting close enough to see what happened. Democrats operated by the same rules
Allegation: Project Veritas, the right-wing group that specializes in undercover video, claims it was a whistleblower postal worker who claims to collect ballots which have then been backdated to indicate they were before the The claims were not addressed by the USPS
Unclear claim: allegations that Joe Frazier voted for Philadelphia after his death in his hometown in 2018 have been circulating on the internet for two years. So far there is no evidence to support any claim someone voted on their behalf in 2020
Nothing yet: Conservative lobbyist and Trump supporter Matt Schlapp's claims about Nevada have been reinforced by Don Jr., but he has so far provided no direct evidence
The possibility of an ugly family breakup would add new drama to the final days of Trump's White House – although the two sons themselves had given conflicting signals on Saturday.
Eric did not attend a press conference with Rudy Giuliani outside a Philadelphia landscaping company – and across from a sex shop – where the president's personal attorney claimed he had evidence of election fraud in the city.
Eric had attended Giuliani's press conference on Thursday in the city where the former New York mayor and Borat prank victim claimed that Canadians and Martians might have voted in Keystone state.
And Don Jr.'s spate of tweets claiming the election was corrupt was accompanied by an Instagram post in which his father praised his willingness to "fight" for a lost cause in some sort of elegy.
Asking who can tell Trump it's time to admit he's done has confused the helpers in his inner circle.
Some have launched public attempts to flatter him, including former chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, who said in a Wall Street Journal on Saturday that Trump will admit once he's certain the election wasn't corrupt.
How He Reacted: Trump angrily tweeted a series of allegations about the election
Mixed message: Don Jr. posted this picture with his father and it could be read as a tribute to a lost battle or a request to keep fighting
Soak it up, Donald: Jared tells his father-in-law to admit and get it over with
"BAD THINGS HAPPEN": TRUMPS COMPLAINTS AND WHAT THEY MEAN
"The observers were not allowed into the counting rooms."
Trump previously claimed that his campaign was denied access to censuses, particularly in Pennsylvania. There is no evidence that this is the case. A federal judge asked Trump's campaign attorney when he was complaining about access in Philadelphia how many observers were in the room and was told, "A non-zero number."
"I won the election and received 71,000,000 legal votes."
According to information, Trump has 70,897,293 votes so far Cooking report. But Joe Biden got 75,439,774. In no case will the referendum determine the election. The number of votes that were disqualified as "illegal" for any of the candidates is not yet known.
& # 39; BAD THINGS HAPPENED THAT OUR OBSERVERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SEE. NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE. & # 39;
The "bad things" have no explanation or basis for what the Trump campaign has attempted to claim in court so far. In Georgia, 75 ballot papers were added after the polls closed when the Trump election observer left the room. A judge threw back the case for lack of evidence. There have been other allegations that ballots on his sons social media have been changed, but none have been officially brought to justice.
"Millions of mail-in ballots have been sent to people who never asked for them!"
Some states have sent postal ballot papers to voters without being asked to prevent people from voting to prevent the spread of COVID. Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington have already done it. The news states were California, Nevada, New Jersey, Vermont, and the District of Columbia. They all announced it much earlier in the year and Trump never sued for stopping it in court. His campaign is not suing anywhere over these ballots. Trump has repeatedly claimed this would cause fraud, but has not yet presented any evidence of such fraud.
& # 39; 71,000,000 Legal Votes. Most for a seated president! & # 39;
This is true, the previous record was for Barack Obama at 65,915,795. Obama was not involved in the election and the presidential election will be determined by the electoral college, which Trump won in 2016 despite losing the referendum.
Laura Ingraham, who hosted Fox News at 10pm, used her show on Thursday to tell him to "stand up straight" and know that "it was worth it."
"If it is time to accept an adverse outcome in this election, and we hope it never comes to that, President Trump must do so with the same grace and serenity that he demonstrated with Savannah Guthrie in this town hall" she said on Thursday. "President Trump's legacy will only grow in importance if he focuses on moving the country forward."
But Trump's own state of mind was clear in his tweets on Saturday.
Trump is unlikely to officially back down, according to people close to him, but it is likely that he will be reluctant to leave the White House at the end of his tenure. His ongoing efforts to label the election unfair are viewed both as an attempt to soothe an injured ego and to show his loyal supporter base that he is still struggling. That could be the key to energizing them for what's next.
"He wants to fight," said Trump's economic adviser Larry Kudlow when it became clear that the president was heading for defeat.
Would Trump ever admit? "I doubt it," said Trump's longtime friend and advisor Roger Stone, whose jail sentence was commuted by Trump in July. Stone claimed that as a result, Biden "will have a cloud over his presidency, with half of the people in the country believing he was wrongly elected".
The allies suggested that if Trump wants to create a media empire in the years to come, he has an incentive to prolong the drama. Even if he wants to keep the door open for a possible comeback in 2024, he would only be a year older than Biden today.
There are many in his inner circle who inspire him, including his personal lawyer, Giuliani.
If he's looking at his favorite news agency, Fox News Sunday, as his Newt Gingrish tweet suggested, he's unlikely to hear voices suggesting he's giving up.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, whose daughter Sarah Huckabee Sanders was White House Press Secretary and who was on election night with Trump, mocked the idea he was supposed to admit.
And Steve Scalise, the second senior Republican in the House of Representatives, claimed that Pennsylvania state law was not followed in counting late-arriving ballots and that Democratic officials were "not transparent."
So far, Mitt Romney, who voted to indict and remove Trump from office, and Lisa Murkowski, the Alaska Senator who repeatedly attacked Trump, have been the only senior Republicans to congratulate Joe Biden on being president-elect.
No other members of the House or Senate close to Trump have voted for the election to end.
And the Trump campaign itself has bombarded supporters with donation emails and texts based on their claims that they will fight the results in court.
They have grossed tens of millions of dollars since Tuesday, according to people familiar with the matter.
Some of the money was used to pay off campaign debts – not fighting in court – but the rest could be used to continue an aggressive public campaign to further undermine confidence in the election result.
The fact that the peaceful transfer of power was even in doubt reflected the norm-shaking habits of the now lame duck president, who, even in victory, never admitted that he had lost the referendum in 2016.
Most advisors believed the president would take the weekend to finalize a plan that was sure to involve more legal action.
However, some aid workers believe that legal battles are more about creating the appearance of a struggle than getting results.
There were some obvious signs that Trump was moving in a less controversial direction, though he continued to furiously complain to aides and revive old complaints about the Russia inquiry that began under President Barack Obama.
In a statement on Friday, Trump suggested using all means provided by law to question the election result. The allies interpreted this as a reluctant acknowledgment of the likely outcome.
"We will follow this process in all aspects of the law to ensure that the American people have confidence in our government," Trump said in the statement. "I will never give up fighting for you and our nation."
On Saturday the White House released a concise statement that the president "will accept the results of a free and fair election" and that the administration "will comply with all legal requirements".
Still, there were concerns that Trump's rhetoric would fuel tension in a nation that was bitterly divided even before the elections. Isolated brawls have been reported near tabulation centers in Philadelphia and Phoenix.
Pro-Trump protesters – some of whom openly carried guns and handguns – gathered in front of counting systems in some cities across the country on Friday, responding to Trump's baseless allegations that Democrats were trying to steal the White House.
The Biden campaign made it clear that their patience was limited.
"As we said on July 19th, the American people will decide on this election," said Biden spokesman Andrew Bates on Friday. "And the United States government is perfectly capable of escorting intruders from the White House."
Trump, whose extensive Twitter account seems to be a fitting post for any occasion, gave this advice in 2016: & # 39; Vladimir Putin said today about Hillary and Dems: & # 39; In my opinion, it's humiliating. One must be able to lose with dignity: "So true!"
Mitt Romney slams Donald Trump, accusing him of undermining democracy by claiming the election was stolen – calling him the GOP's £ 900 gorilla
Republican Mitt Romney warned on Sunday that Donald Trump is starting to sound like an authoritarian leader, claiming he must "be careful with his choice of words" as the president continues to undermine election results.
"I think if you say the election was corrupted or stolen or rigged, unfortunately, that's rhetoric picked up by authoritarians around the world," the Utah Senator told NBC host Chuck Todd & # 39; Meet the Press & # 39 ;. "And I think it also discourages trust in our democratic process here at home."
"And in the face of a battle between authoritarianism and freedom, I think it's very important that we don't use language that can promote a course in history that would be very, very unfortunate," added Romney.
But make no mistake, Romney went on, Trump is without question the most powerful voice in our party. He will have an enormous impact on our party in the future. & # 39;
"He's not going away," Romney said of Trump. "He's the £ 900 gorilla when it comes to the Republican Party."
Trump has repeatedly said ahead of Election Day that the Democrats are trying to "steal" the election by allowing mass mail-in ballots and extending the length of time some states continue to accept these long-distance or early election measures.
"We'll take the normal course of an election – tell about investigating irregularities – and when it's over, it will be over," Romney vowed.
Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney warned on Sunday that Donald Trump is undermining American democracy by continuing to claim the election was stolen. "He's not going away," Romney said
He also claimed that Trump is still "without question the most powerful voice in our party" and will continue to "have a tremendous impact on our party in the future."
Romney said, joining another interview with CNN's State of the Union on Sunday morning, "There is simply no evidence" of widespread fraud or corruption in these elections. ,
"I think it's important for us to realize that the world is watching," he added, speaking with CNN host Jake Tapper. "I would prefer the world to watch a more graceful departure."
While speaking with NBC, he said that while he is "more concerned about the language used, it is okay to go any legal way you can".
Trump has filed several lawsuits against various states and corporations related to the election, including counting and watching ballot papers and ruling that Pennsylvania and North Carolina could still accept ballots days after polling day.
On Saturday, Joe Biden declared victory after Pennsylvania named him the winner in the most important swing state – and put the former vice president above the 270-vote threshold required to obtain the presidency.
Romney was the first Republican personality to congratulate Biden on Saturday's election, calling him and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris "good people".
"Ann and I warmly congratulate President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris," he said in a statement that was typical of decades of presidential races but excelled in the controversial politics of 2020.
Romney became the oldest Republican elected to refer to Biden as an "elected president" in his tweet, which came around 1:30 p.m. after networks named the race for Biden.
Romney, along with his wife Ann, was the first high-ranking Republican figure to congratulate Joe Biden on his election victory on Saturday
Joe Biden declared victory over Donald Trump on Saturday after Pennsylvania and Nevada forecast him to be the winner in their states, and sent his electoral college voting threshold above the 270 required to win
"We both know as people of goodwill and admirable characters," he said after referring to his wife Ann Romney. "We pray that God will bless them in the days and years to come," he added in the statement.
The 2012 Republican presidential candidate, defeated by Barack Obama with Biden on the ticket, has hit Trump in the heads many times since he was named U.S. Senator in Utah in the 2018 midterm elections. He was the only Republican senator to vote for any of the impeachment trials against Trump.
Although Romney backed Trump's Supreme Court nomination of Amy Justice Barrett, he also called the president on multiple occasions when he believed Trump had crossed a line. He has also criticized Trump's handling of the coronavirus.
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, a more established Republican, also congratulated Biden on a lengthy statement she posted on Twitter Saturday night.
"I congratulate President-elect Biden and Vice-President-elect Harris and I will stand ready to work with your administration when they take office," she said. "While we may not agree, I will work with them to do what is right for Alaska."
She noted in her statement that the ballots are still being counted and made sure to use language like "projected winner" as several Republicans are still questioning the validity of the election.
"But it looks like we will soon turn to the peaceful transfer of power, which is fundamental to our democratic system and ultimately honors the American people," added Murkowski.
She concluded, "We must preserve this legacy, focus on bridging our divisions, and meet our challengers together as Americans."
Murkowski won her re-election bid in Alaska on Tuesday.
Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski also congratulated Biden on a statement posted on Twitter on Saturday. She said there would be a "peaceful change of power" soon.
Trump regularly attacked Romney as a loser and "RINO" – Republicans only in the name. He is a popular figure in his home state of Utah, a heavily conservative state where Trump has met resistance.
The two men ate after Trump's victory in 2016, prompting Romney to refer to him as a "cheat" and a "cheat". Trump's team hovered Romney as the potential foreign secretary and then cut him free. He would eventually be elected to the Senate from Utah, where he had a home.
Romney could be a powerful force in the new, narrowly divided Senate. Biden has announced that he will reach out to members of both parties and that he will need some centrist Republicans to get his agenda through the Chamber and confirm the judiciary's appointment.
It was in stark contrast to what Trump said after networks declared Nevada and Pennsylvania for Biden. "I have won this election many times over!" Trump tweeted. Biden not only takes a lead in the electoral college in projections of the networks, but also leads Trump with around 4 million votes in the referendum.
Trump famously dined with Romney during the transition and revealed his name as Secretary of State but then cut him free
As a sign of Trump's insistence that divides the Senate conference, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley tweeted Saturday: "The media cannot determine who the president is. People do. When all legitimate votes have been counted, recounts completed and fraud allegations addressed, we will know who the winner is. & # 39;
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky said Friday that "of course" Trump would admit and step out of office if he lost the election.
"We've had a peaceful transfer of power since 1792. We went to a new administration every four years," McConnell said.
An aide said he had nothing to ask when asked if McConnell had called Biden to congratulate him, as did House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Chairman Charles Schumer.
What do you do when you are NOT the most powerful man in the world? Wie Donald Trump Geld verdienen und Staatsanwälten ausweichen muss – wird er also 2024 WIEDER laufen oder sein Megaphon benutzen, um die Republikanische Partei für sich zu behalten?
With all the uncertainty about what's next for the nation, there is little clarity about what's next for Donald Trump.
The 45th President of the nation leaves office at the age of 74 as one of only four US presidents to be defeated after a single term. Millions are reportedly in debt, but millions of followers have stood by his side.
The traditional modern way for a post president is to step away from the limelight, maybe get a book deal, and dedicate himself to working on a library and legacy – with the occasional paid speeches to improve his lifestyle.
In the case of President Trump, he is returning to his "normal life" after taking office as a celebrity and billionaire – although press reports this fall showed that his business is heavily indebted and badly hit by the coronavirus.
Even if Trump wanted to take refuge at home and focus on his game of golf, it is not clear whether he can afford it.
Come back to the hotel business even if the bookings are due to COVID TANK
Trump can return to his family business even though bookings are not possible amid the coronavirus
An immediate question is what to do with his business. Trump enraged critics when he decided to retain ownership of his company when he took office. It was headed by Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and an executive in his absence. He was able to take back the helm and revert to global construction deals that were put on hold when he took office.
This route was made more difficult by bookings in hotels and golf courses due to the pandemic. The Trump Organization has already attempted to sell its Washington, DC luxury hotel that was the source of a compensation lawsuit.
Trump's "brand" is still marketable, but overseas tenants and buildings sued that his name was removed from some Trump branded properties after his election.
A pressing part of the equation is Trump's debt. According to Forbes, he owes more than $ 1 billion.
The New York Times reported that Trump must personally guarantee the $ 421 million due date. He called this amount a "peanut" during an ABC town hall.
To make ends meet, his company could liquidate some assets, which could have left a bad impression on re-election.
MOVING TO FLORIDA
Trump was able to move to Florida, where he had his official residence
Trump moved his official seat in office from New York to Florida. It gave him a break in state taxes and may have helped him run the state.
Moving to Mar-a-Lago would bring Trump back to the luxury club, where he spent a good portion of his presidency.
New Yorker Charles Schumer turned a move to Florida into a mocked Saturday. “I say to Donald Trump, you have lost. No more games. Go home, go to Florida. Stop delaying. Stop making up lies about the choice, ”he said.
But that may not be that easy. Mar-a-Lago's bylaws under a 1993 agreement when Trump converted the facility into a private club. Guests can only stay three non-consecutive weeks per week each year.
Golf is certainly on his mind – he was playing on his course in Virginia on Saturday when networks called the race for Joe Biden.
RUN IT AGAIN
The size of Trump's vote could easily lead him not to give up politics. Trump's repeated unsubstantiated claim that he “won” the election not only strengthens his legal strategy and fundraising – they provide a possible rationale for a restoration.
Supporters and critics agree that Trump is building a larger following than he is, with Trumpism lingering even after leaving office. What could be nicer than letting Trump run it?
He will be 77 years old when he needs it. When he runs again, he will actively fight for campaigns – at the same age as Biden. The constitution allows him another four years.
He has already had the corona virus and pulled it through. Biden inherits a nation with millions of unemployed and more than 100,000 new coronavirus cases per day. Depending on factors inside and outside its control, the country could face a difficult journey.
By staying in the game, Trump could also claim that an ongoing investigation or prosecution as a form of defense is political.
Turn the keys to IVANKA
Trump could try to hand over his political fortune to one of his children like Ivanka Trump
Speculation as to who might be the heir to Trump's political empire has been rife. White House adviser Ivanka Trump has always been there. She has softer edges than Donald Trump Jr., who urged supporters to wage an "all-out war" over the number of votes.
Her own statement on Twitter was much more open to interpretation. “Every legally cast vote should be counted. Any illegally cast vote shouldn't. This shouldn't be controversial. This is not a partisan statement – free and fair elections are the foundation of our democracy, ”she wrote.
Such a move would surely keep Trump moving in the family. But all of Trump's "deplorable" ones may not accept the substitution. She is sometimes identified with Trump's softer causes over the more militant ones. Some forces in the Trump world are already grumbling about the role of their husband Jared Kushner, who oversees Trump's unsuccessful campaign.
After Don Jr. admonished potential 2024 candidates on Twitter, several stepped up to step up his father's defense.
Trump could also try to shore up someone he designates as his political heir, like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who helped liberate his state.
LEAVE THE COUNTRY
Trump said last month he might have to leave the country if Joe Biden won
Among Trump's most stubborn opponents, those who consider him a criminal, a third act by Trump outside of the territorial US has emerged as something that could happen.
Trump is under investigation by New York prosecutors for potential banking and insurance fraud, there are active lawsuits from women accusing him of rape or assault, and he has been under continuous scrutiny by the IRS since he took office.
Setting up a business in a country friendly to him could provide some level of isolation and protection, and Trump has a variety of stamps on his passport – as well as a list of executives he's cultivated in office.
Trump actually spoke publicly about this prospect in October. “Can you imagine if I lose? What should I do all my life? I'll say, "I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics." I won't feel so good Maybe I have to leave the country? "
Let his lawyers make an offer
President Donald Trump watches from the motorcade as he returns to the White House in Washington DC after playing golf on November 7, 2020. Trump could instruct his attorneys to try and negotiate with New York prosecutors investigating him over allegations of tax and insurance fraud that Trump denies
Trump could attempt to apologize to Joe Biden in order to keep a former president's divisions from being prosecuted – despite speaking openly during his tenure about imprisoning Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Barack Obama and others.
He could also try to forgive himself, but it's not clear if he has the power to do so.
An easier way could be to reach an agreement with prosecutors and negotiate with the government over millions of tax refunds that he alleged might not be legitimate.
CONSULT MELANIA FIRST
First Lady Melania Trump gave up her life in New York to move to the White House
An X-factor in Trump's plans is First Lady Melania Trump. She secretly took to complaining that she had to deal with White House Christmas decorations in conversations that took place this fall – an indication that she wasn't excited about every aspect of her life at the White House.
She gave up her New York modeling career, left a penthouse apartment on Fifth Avenue where she raised school-age son Barron, and, according to a book, renegotiated a marriage agreement.
Her role in vouching for the president gave him political support.
She accompanied her husband on trips around the world, visited hurricane victims, launched her “Be Best” program and assisted him on a range of allegations from impeachment to the Stormy Daniels scandal. She even stood up for him weeks after testing positive for the coronavirus after participating in a Wepie House Pep rally identified as a superspreader event.
It could be up to Melania to make the next big life decision, such as where the couple lives.
BECOME THE OTHER EX-PRESIDENT OF D.C.
Trump is not popular in Washington, DC, but his son Barron goes to school in the area
It may seem unlikely for a president who went to war in the "swamp" and is despised in DC, but Donald Trump might choose to set up a business in Washington.
14-year-old Barron attends a private school in the Washington area and may have broken records for staying out of the media, aside from occasional appearances on Marine One and comments about his size from his father. Even when he contracted the coronavirus, it was swallowed in the history of the campaign.
It's a difficult age, and Barron has already been uprooted from New York to move to the White House.
Trump could take over the leadership of former President Barack Obama, who eventually bought a house in the chic Kalorama neighborhood to show his kids through school.
Get a new ghostwriter or write a memoir
The Obamas landed a book advance worth $ 8 million. Despite losing around 4 million votes to Biden, Trump has millions of enthusiastic supporters.
Although he had a reputation for skipping briefing books and asking for charts and brief explanations during the meetings, now it may be time for Trump to read the books and write a memoir.
He has regularly complained about others benefiting from appointments he gives them to make money later. This time around, Trump could be paid to shed secrets.
START THIS TV NETWORK
Trump was furious with Fox News he complained about in the days leading up to the election. He Years for the Days or Roger Ailes. Trump and his team were reportedly furious when Fox made an early call to Arizona to bring in Joe Biden – making it a lot harder for him to declare victory Tuesday night.
He might be trying to build a rival television network, an idea that came up in 2016 in case he lost. There are a number of Trump loyalists he could pick up from Fox if he is able to hit their high salaries. He could also get constant bookings from allies trying to win Trump-world favor in order to bolster their own political outlook.
It could be a platform for Trump or his relatives to launch political campaigns or find ways to monetize the MAGA movement when he's not in the White House. Trump has regularly complained about how TV ratings would improve if he resigned.