Trump doesn’t want to change the outcome. Trump is setting up his next grift.
AZ can't be recounted (Campaigns can't ask for recounts, and Biden's margin is too big for an automatic recount.)— Bill Scher (@billscher) November 13, 2020
AZ gives Biden 270 EVs without PA & GA.
In other words, all the litigation in PA & GA can't change the outcome.
Trump MIA, but especially in GA https://t.co/R5QyKh1yWV— Meridith McGraw (@meridithmcgraw) November 13, 2020
We haven’t heard from President Trump in person in over a week and he hasn’t taken questions from reporters since the day of the election. It’s highly unusual for him to stay away from cameras for this long.— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) November 13, 2020
Trump doesn’t care about the Georgia run off. Trump doesn’t care about the GOP. Trump cares about Trump. If he sets up a PAC for that effort, the fix is in. Not for his re-election prospects, but for his grift. He’s gonna need it. Scotland is making noises about investigating his golf course there.
From @maggieNYT: "Some advisers had hoped that Mr. Trump would accept the state of the race by the end of this week. The president has told some advisers that if the race is certified for Mr. Biden, he will announce a 2024 campaign shortly afterward." https://t.co/VfRQSN74Bj— Ellen Barry (@EllenBarryNYT) November 13, 2020
The aim of the suits now is to delay certification of the vote for as long as possible (which means December 14). Not because that’s a winning legal strategy, but to let Trump whine longer about being cheated, so he can carry that narrative out of the White House. And with that narrative scam more supporters for money.
Here's my original story from February on the growing calls for the Scottish Govt to pursue an Unexplained Wealth Order to determine the source of the Trump Organisation's financing in Scotland: https://t.co/wA0GpIXxnI— Martyn McLaughlin (@MartynMcL) November 12, 2020
New per @CBSNews: Trump advisors say he’s already openly discussing running again in 2024. He’s still hoping for a #SCOTUS win on segregated PA ballots—not because it could change his defeat (it wouldn’t) but so he can claim he was “cheated out of a 2nd term” & run on that in ‘24— SovernNation (@SovernNation) November 12, 2020