The mainstream media wildly blew President Trump’s comments about conceding out of proportion. He rightfully said what the media has been taunting him to say for weeks, then they used it against him. Now, he’s going to on record to set it straight, along with a number of other challenged election misnomers.
A day after President Donald Trump said he would “certainly” leave the White House if the Electoral College casts its votes for President-elect Joe Biden, he offered a caveat on Twitter on Friday amid a flurry of posts that included retweeting Newsmax and OANN and even a BBC wildlife documentary clip. He also said he would travel to Georgia on the day of the state’s two Senate runoff elections.
The tweets came during a day Trump played golf at his Trump National in Northern Virginia, and Fox News Channel saying it has set a live telephone interview with him on Sunday’s Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo. The network, which has faced criticism from Trump both during the campaign and after the election, said he is expected to discuss the results of the election, Covid-19 vaccine developments and his decision to pardon Michael Flynn in the first one-on-one interview with him since Election Day.