Judging by the language and bravado displayed by Rudy Giuliani in recent days, it certainly appears as though the former NYC Mayor has everything figured out. He has been speaking with the confidence of a man convinced, explaining repeatedly his beliefs about the 2020 presidential election.
Giuliani, along with the rest of the Trump legal team, is convinced that the President had the election “stolen” for him via a patchwork of fraudulent and nefarious result scattered around the nation in lately Democratic cities.
But this confidence has yet to produce tangible legal results for Rudy, and President Trump is now openly expressing his concern that they might be running out of time.
President Donald Trump admitted to reporters Thursday that though facts are on his side in the legal fight over the results of the election, time is not.
The president spoke to reporters Thursday evening after speaking to members of the armed forces for Thanksgiving Day.
A reporter asked Trump if he would concede the presidential election if the electoral college voted for former Vice President Joe Biden on December 14.
“It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,” he said.
The Constitution’s supreme authority mandates that a President’s term ends on January 20th, regardless of the results of the election, and regardless of any dispute over those results.
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