How’s that for a contradiction? Donald Trump is predicting that the US will be finished in three years and is also indicating that he may run for office in 2024 – three years from now.
The former president made conflicting claims on Tuesday during a Newsmax interview with his former White House press secretary, Sean Spicer. True to form, he also falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential election was rigged.
After Trump saidOur country has really gone down a lot in the last eight months like no one has ever seen before,” he said without providing any evidence suggesting that the country would be over.
Trump said, ‘And you go to these upcoming elections in ’22 and ’24 – we will have no country left. “The election was rigged, and we won’t have any country left in three years, I’ll tell you.”
Spicer then attempted to end the interview, possibly because Newsmax facing $1.6 billion lawsuit From Dominion Voting System For knowingly lying about widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election and defaming the Voting Machine Company.
However, Spicer had one last question. Noting that Trump has said he has made a decision about the 2024 run and that his followers will be happy, Spicer asked the former president when he might announce his plans.
Trump refrained from giving a direct answer but promised Spicer he would be happy with the decision and also claimed the US is now “a laughing stock”.
Some Twitter users couldn’t help but think Trump himself did.