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Former Presidenthas reiterated his claims that the 2020 presidential election was rigged against him and described supporters who heard him speak on January 6 as a "loving crowd" in newly released audio.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalists Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker have shared audio clips of their 2-hour interview with Trump conducted as part of research for their book, I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump's Catastrophic Final Year.
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The authors spoke to's on Wednesday and aired part of their interview with Trump where they asked him about the Capitol riot and his speech at the Ellipse in Washington, D.C. that preceded it.
Trump described the crowd that listened to his speech as "loving."
"I think it was the largest crowd I've ever spoken before," Trump said.
"It went from that point—which is almost at the White House—to beyond the Washington monument. It was—and wide. And it was a loving crowd, too, by the way."
"There was a lot of love. I've heard that from everybody. Many, many people have told me that was a loving crowd," he said.
The former president said of the event: "Personally what I wanted is what they wanted."
"They showed up just to show support because I happen to believe the election was rigged at a level like nothing has ever been rigged before," he said.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A cocktail of propaganda, conspiracy theory and disinformation — of the kind intoxicating to the masses in the darkest turns of history — is fueling delusion over the agonies of Jan. 6. Hate is “love.” Violence is “peace.” The pro-Donald Trump attackers are patriots. Months after the then-president's supporters stormed the Capitol that winter day, Trump and his acolytes are taking this revisionism to a new and dangerous place — one of martyrs and warlike heroes, and of revenge. It's a place where cries of “blue lives matter” have transformed into shouts of “f--- the blue.
Trump said heon January 6 but he said they were "ushered in by the police" and that the Capitol police were "hugging and kissing" them.
The former president maintained that the 2020 presidential election was rigged in his remarks to Leonnig and Rucker. He claimed dead people and "illegal immigrants" had voted, as well as "Indians that got paid to vote in different places."
He also said that state legislatures had not approved many aspects of voting in the 2020 election, including early voting and mail-in ballots in some cases, and repeated his criticism of thefor not acting on claims of fraud in the election.
Trump also discussed former Vice President's role on January 6, and reiterated his disappointment with Pence, who
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The former president is keeping tabs on the field and he’s all but decided to ditch the guy he ran with last time.No formal vetting process is in place, and there is no expectation that Trump, should he run, will do so unopposed in a Republican primary. But allies of the former president are already keeping tabs on how GOP officials with presidential ambitions are addressing Trump himself and the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s election.
"I didn't tell him to do anything," Trump said, but said the vice president had to "protect the constitution of the United States" when "you have more votes than you have voters."
"I don't believe he's just supposed to be a statue who gets these votes from the states and immediately hands them over," Trump said.
The former president also suggested Pence might not be his choice of running mate, saying he wasn't "locked into anything."
Newsweek has asked former President Trump's office for comment.
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The most chilling implication from new reports that America's top military officer feared Donald Trump would try to order the armed forces to stage a coup is not how close the nation came to a post-election disaster last year. © Seth Wenig/AP Former President Donald Trump speaks at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., Wednesday, July 7, 2021. It's the extreme danger that the US system of government, Constitution and cherished freedoms would face if an ex-President even now trying to revive his demagogic political career ever gets anywhere near the Oval Office again.