Donald Trump has given his supporters a glimmer of hope after he confirmed he plans to run again for presidency in 2024.
Speaking at the White House Christmas Party,
“It’s been an amazing four years. We are trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I’ll see you in four years.”
The Christmas party footage was recorded by national committeewoman for the Oklahoma GOP, Pam Pollard, who live-streamed the event on Facebook.
Trump also told attendees he did win the election.
“It’s certainly an unusual year. We won an election. But they don’t like that.
“I call it a rigged election, and I always will.”
Meanwhile, Georgia voting official Gabriel Sterling has accused Trump of inciting violence in a passionate speech.
Georgia’s voting system implementation manager, said:
“IT HAS ALL GONE TOO FAR. ALL OF IT.”
“IT HAS TO STOP. MR. PRESIDENT, YOU HAVE NOT CONDEMNED THESE ACTIONS OR THIS LANGUAGE. SENATORS, YOU HAVE NOT CONDEMNED THIS LANGUAGE OR THESE ACTIONS. THIS HAS TO STOP. WE NEED YOU TO STEP UP. AND IF YOU’RE GOING TO TAKE A POSITION OF LEADERSHIP, SHOW SOME.”
“THIS IS ELECTIONS. THIS IS THE BACKBONE OF A DEMOCRACY. AND ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE NOT SAID A DAMN WORD ARE COMPLICIT IN THIS. IT’S TOO MUCH. YES, FIGHT FOR EVERY LEGAL VOTE. GO THROUGH YOUR DUE PROCESS. WE ENCOURAGE YOU. USE YOUR FIRST AMENDMENT. THAT’S FINE. DEATH THREATS, PHYSICAL THREATS, INTIMATION – IT’S TOO MUCH. IT’S NOT RIGHT. THEY’VE LOST THE MORAL HIGH GROUND TO CLAIM THAT IT IS.”
Trump responded to Sterling on Twitter calling it fake news.