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Trump spends Thanksgiving playing golf and tweeting about elections


President Trump has been busy on Twitter retweeting his favorite commentators falsely claiming that there is still a chance he can turn the election results upside down while expressing his frustration with the media, Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez, NFL kneeling -Gamer and Fox News triggers.

Video material surfaced the previous Thursday showing Trump becoming frustrated playing golf at his Virginia country club.

"I hate that damn hole," said the president after struggling at a tee on his course on Thursday. Video footage was obtained from TMZ.

After playing golf, the president returned to the White House and took to Twitter, where he praised a Pennsylvania judge who put the certification process for Keystone State voting races on hold.

“A brilliant woman of courage!” Tweeted the president on Thursday. He responded to a tweet from David J. Harris Jr., a Conservative commenter, who posted a link to a message about the case on his website.

President Trump spent his Thanksgiving day playing golf and then tweeting about the election. He can be seen at the top of his golf course in Sterling, Virginia, Thursday

The President agreed to a tweet from Conservative commentator David J Harris Jr. who said Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was "in a panic"!

The President agreed to a tweet from Conservative commentator David J Harris Jr. who said Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was "in a panic"!

The president went on Twitter to praise a Pennsylvania judge as a "brilliant woman of courage" for delaying certification of voting rounds in the state of Keyston - although he appears to have the wrong impression that this will affect the election result that he is against Joe Biden has lost

The president went on Twitter to praise a Pennsylvania judge as a "brilliant woman of courage" for delaying certification of voting rounds in the state of Keyston – although he appears to have the wrong impression that this will affect the election result that he is against Joe Biden has lost

Harris headline read: "Judge Blocks Certification of Pennsylvania Election Results."

However, the heading and article falsely suggest that the decision of Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia A. McCullough will have an impact on the President's race.

The state has already confirmed the results of the presidential election, and Democrat Joe Biden has won his 20 votes for the electoral college.

Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, sent the Washington National Archives a "Certificate of Detection" with a list of voters in support of President-elect Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris.

The 20 Pennsylvania voters, a mix of elected Democrats, party activists, and other staunch supporters of Biden, will meet at the State Capitol on December 14th.

McCullough's decision on Wednesday temporarily blocks the part of the election that has not yet been confirmed – namely the results of the state parliament. Much of the legislature is controlled by Republicans.

The president also retweeted a post from Harris on Thursday referring to an article about the "polling fraud hearing" run by Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis.

Trump also retweeted another post from Harris claiming AOC was panicking!

The post was linked to news of a lawsuit filed by pro-Trump attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood suing Georgia for "unlawful election".

Biden won the Georgian electoral college's 16 votes, defeating Trump with just over 12,000 votes.

Trump also retweeted a post from Harris on Thursday, whose website contains a message about a lawsuit filed by two pro-Trump attorneys - Sidney Powell and Lin Wood - in Georgia

Trump also retweeted a post from Harris on Thursday, whose website contains a message about a lawsuit filed by two pro-Trump attorneys – Sidney Powell and Lin Wood – in Georgia

The president also retweeted a post from Harris referring to a message about the "election fraud hearing" in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, led by Trump campaign lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis

The president also retweeted a post from Harris referring to a message about the "election fraud hearing" in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, led by Trump campaign lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis

The link to the message on Harris' website claims that AOC is "in trouble", although the basis for that claim is unclear.

Trump also reacted negatively to news about the Houston Texans and Detroit Lions' two quarterbacks, the NFL teams playing against each other in Thursday's Thanksgiving game.

Texan Deshaun Watson and Lions Matthew Stafford knelt on their respective sidelines during the national anthem just before kick-off at Ford Field in Detroit. The Texans won the game 41-25.

Trump has been a vocal critic of professional athletes kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice. He urged NFL owners to fire players who do so after the Colin Kaepernick controversy.

Kaepernick, the former 49ers quarterback, sparked a heated nationwide debate in 2015 and 2016 by kneeling on the sidelines during the Star Spangled Banner.

The previous Thursday, Trump kicked off his Thanksgiving Day with a round of golf at his Trump National Golf Club in Virginia and lots of whining on Twitter. He insisted that there was no way that Biden would win the "rigged" election and slam Fox News.

Trump left the White House Thursday morning for 18 holes at his Sterling, Virginia golf club.

Before and after his game, however, he focused on the presidential election – which he still insists on – rather than the holidays.

I just saw the voting tables. There is no way Biden could have 80,000,000 votes !!! This was a 100% RIGGED VOTE, ”Trump complained of his Democratic rival.

Twitter flagged the tweet stating, "This election fraud claim is controversial."

The president has refused to allow the election, despite the fact that his legal cases, in which the results have been questioned in battlefield states, have gone nowhere, his campaign has shown no evidence of major electoral fraud, and states have begun to confirm Biden's victory.

Trump also responded negatively to a message about Texan Deshaun Watson and Lions Matthew Stafford kneeling on their respective sidelines during the national anthem just before kick-off at Ford Field in Detroit. The Texans won the game 41-25

Trump also responded negatively to a message about Texan Deshaun Watson and Lions Matthew Stafford kneeling on their respective sidelines during the national anthem just before kick-off at Ford Field in Detroit. The Texans won the game 41-25

The current number of votes is: 80,045,066 (51%) for Biden and 73,897,658 (47%) for Trump. In addition, Biden has 306 votes to Trump's 232.

The 2020 competition received a record number of votes. Biden was the first candidate to earn over 80 million.

Trump has also dug into Fox News. The news organization infuriated him when he first called Arizona to Biden on election night.

The president retweeted a tweet on the network that saw ratings go down and added his own comment, “Will go down much further. Worse during the day on weekends, dead. You still don't understand. Fantastic alternatives! The late / great Roger Ailes is seriously missed but I still won a lot of LEGAL VOTE !!! & # 39;

Ailes, who was ousted by Fox News in 2016 for sexual harassment, advised Trump on presidential debates that year. He died in 2017 and some credit him with Trump's rise in politics.

And Trump retweeted a tweet about a lawsuit filed in Georgia by Sidney Powell, the lawyer who was fired from his legal team.

And he complained about Pennsylvania where its legal team is trying to stop certifying the state's 20 votes for Biden: “A total fraud. Statehouse Republicans, proud, strong and honest, will never endure this travesty! & # 39;

Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney leading the charges in attempting to overthrow the election, testified Wednesday at a Republican-led hearing at which Trump implored GOP officials in the state to find out he won Pennsylvania.

& # 39; That choice needs to be flipped. We've won a lot in Pennsylvania, and we've won a lot in all of these swing states, ”Trump said over a cell phone his attorney Jenna Ellis held up to a microphone.

"We have 11 million votes more than four years ago in 2016. And we got a lot more votes than Ronald Reagan when he won 49 states," said Trump, pointing to an election forty years ago when the population was considerably smaller was.

Trump received 73 million votes – the most votes of an incumbent president. But Biden won over 80 million votes and the electoral college that the White House hands over to him.

The Trump team has shown no evidence of election fraud in Pennsylvania or any other state.

President Trump throws a golf ball out of his cart while playing golf at his Virginia club

President Trump throws a golf ball out of his cart while playing golf at his Virginia club

President Donald Trump started his Thanksgiving Day with a round of golf at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

President Donald Trump started his Thanksgiving Day with a round of golf at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

President Trump drives into his seat near Washington D.C. a golf cart.

President Trump drives into his seat near Washington D.C. a golf cart.

President Trump pokes another golfer

President Trump pokes another golfer

President Donald Trump holds his cell phone in his hand as he stands on his course next to a golf cart

President Donald Trump holds his cell phone in his hand as he stands on his course next to a golf cart

President Trump in his golf cart with security in golf carts around him

President Trump in his golf cart with security in golf carts around him

President Trump wore one of his red Make America Great Again caps when he played golf on Thanksgiving

President Trump wore one of his red Make America Great Again caps when he played golf on Thanksgiving

Trump had gone into vacation mode earlier in the day and had & # 39; HAPPY THANKSGIVING & # 39; Written on a retweet from the SCOTUS blog dealing with Supreme Court cases. It reported: “Just before midnight on the night before Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court banned New York Governor Andrew Cuomo from enforcing restrictions on church attendance. The vote is 5-4, with Roberts and the three Liberals disagreeing. & # 39;

The Supreme Court temporarily banned New York late Wednesday from enforcing attendance restrictions for places of worship in areas classified as severely affected by the coronavirus.

The court's 5-4 vote approved motions from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish communities battling Governor Andrew Cuomo's October 6 ruling on places of worship in areas with red and orange zones where participation on 10 and 10 was limited to 25 people each.

New Justice Amy Coney Barrett ruled in the majority during the The three liberal judges of the court and Chief Justice John Roberts disagreed.

In two previous cases earlier this year, the court rejected similar motions from churches in Nevada and California by 5 to 4 votes. These votes took place before the death of the liberal judiciary Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The president has Thanksgiving dinner with his immediate family.

& # 39; The first family will celebrate the day with their immediate family over dinner at the White House. The President and First Lady wish everyone across the country a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving Day, "First Lady Melania Trump's chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, said in a statement.

She did not specify who would join the immediate family, which could consist of the president's adult children from his first marriage and the parents of the first lady who live near the White House.

In his Thanksgiving proclamation, President Trump encouraged Americans to gather and say thanks.

"I encourage all Americans to gather in homes and places of worship to thank God for our many blessings," he said in a statement.

Trump's urge Americans to gather for the holiday comes because daily deaths from COVID-19 in the United States exceeded 2,100 for the first time since May as millions of Americans continue to ignore the CDC tour guide and dire warnings from health professionals that Thanksgiving could be that. Mother of all superspreader events ”.

President Trump is expected to make traditional calls to members of the U.S. Forces serving overseas. This call was scheduled for 3:00 p.m. Thursday, but was postponed again to 5 p.m. It is closed to the media and the public.

President Trump is returning to the White House after a round of golf on Thanksgiving - both before and after the game he tweeted about the election

President Trump is returning to the White House after a round of golf on Thanksgiving – both before and after the game he tweeted about the election

President Trump checks his phone on the golf course

President Trump checks his phone on the golf course

President Trump in a red jacket drives his golf cart on his golf course

President Trump in a red jacket drives his golf cart on his golf course

President Trump aims to play golf on Thanksgiving Day

President Trump aims to play golf on Thanksgiving Day

President Trump on his golf course

President Trump on his golf course

President Trump goes back to his golf cart

President Trump goes back to his golf cart

Supporters cheer as President Donald Trump passes them outside Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

Supporters cheer as President Donald Trump passes them outside Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia

President Trump's motorcade arrives at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, on Thanksgiving Day

President Trump's motorcade arrives at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, on Thanksgiving Day

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are spending Thanksgiving at the White House instead of traveling to Mar-a-Lago, where they will have dinner with their immediate family

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are spending Thanksgiving at the White House instead of traveling to Mar-a-Lago, where they will have dinner with their immediate family

Don Jr., the president's eldest son, who tested positive for coronavirus a few weeks ago, posted a message on Instagram that he's finished with Rona and will be spending Thanksgiving with his family

Don Jr., the president's eldest son, who tested positive for coronavirus a few weeks ago, posted a message on Instagram that he's finished with Rona and will be spending Thanksgiving with his family

Lara Trump posted a photo from a road trip to an unknown location with husband Eric Trump and their children

Lara Trump posted a photo from a road trip to an unknown location with husband Eric Trump and their children

Don Jr., the president's eldest son, who tested positive for coronavirus a few weeks ago, posted a message on Instagram that he's finished with Rona and will be spending Thanksgiving with his family.

He videotaped the news with girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle on Wednesday, and found the couple would have their "backup dinner" that day and then enjoy a second Thanksgiving celebration.

"I wasn't sure if I could be released to my family, but I have the medical OK, I'm done with the Rona," he noted.

"I got deleted and we can spend Thanksgiving the way it should be," he said in the video message.

And Lara Trump, the president's daughter-in-law, posted a photo on Instagram of her, husband Eric Trump and their two children on a road trip to an unknown location.

The president also addresses friends who may have a hard time on vacation.

Eric Bolling, the TV host for Sinclair, whose son died of an accidental drug overdose in 2017, tweeted this Trump called him on Thanksgiving Day.

3 years ago today: A difficult first vacation without my Eric Chase. The empty Thanksgiving seat is too real because it just lost our son. The phone rang: "Eric, Melania and I want to tell you how much we feel about you today." That call just came back. Thank you @realDonaldTrump, ”he wrote.

Last year, Trump made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Thanksgiving, where he met with President Ashraf Ghani and served a Thanksgiving dinner to US troops stationed there.

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