President Donald Trump stated that the vote-finding effort by Democrats in Florida is a “disgrace” and that Broward County should be the focal point of Republican efforts to expose Democrat corruption. Trump made his remarks on the White House lawn Friday morning.
Trump also weighed in on the vote-finding happening in Arizona, and criticized Democrat lawyers — noting that post-vote totals never go up on the Republican side, only for the Democrats, and defended Whitaker as acting attorney general, noting that Whitaker has already been Senate-confirmed, unlike Robert Mueller.
“What’s going on in Florida is a disgrace. Go down and see what happened in the last period of time, ten years, take a look at Broward County. Take a look at the total dishonesty that happened with respect to Broward County,” President Trump said.
“Broward County, slash election. There’s a lot of dishonesty,” Trump said.
“All of a sudden, out of the wilderness, they find a lot of votes,” Trump said about the Kyrsten Sinema race in Arizona.
“It’s always the Democrats. It’s always GPS Fusion,” Trump said of Democrat conspiracies.
“There’s a lot of bad stuff going on in this country, and I’m finding out about it. And I’m doing a hell of a job,” President Trump said.
Trump turned to Mueller.
“Because of all the conflicts they didn’t want to bring him before the Senate,” Trump said.
“Don’t tell me about Whitaker, because Mueller was not Senate-confirmed. And Whitaker is.”
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