President Donald Trump held Monday his last electoral rally as the leader of the Free World, sending a message to his own Vice President about the certification of the election while making the urgent case to return Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue to the Senate.
“I hope Mike Pence comes through for us, I have to tell you. I hope that our great Vice President comes through for us,” Trump said in Dalton. “If he doesn’t come through, of course, I won’t like him very much. He’s going to have a lot to say about it.”
“You know one thing with him you’re going to get straight shots. He’s going to call it straight,” Trump added, calling Pence a “straight shooter,” in an address less than 48 hours before challenges to the election in the House and the Senate.
For well over an hour, the President gave his version of what happened in November.
“That was a rigged election,” Trump said early in his remarks. “There’s no way we lost Georgia.”
“You’ve got to swamp them, because everything’s so crooked around. People think I’m talking about Georgia. I’m talking about eight different states. And we’re going to win them all,”