White House aide Peter Navarro ALWAYS claims Donald Trump was “legally elected” and produces ANOTHER “report” crammed with discredited allegations of electoral fraud
- White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro Still Insists President Donald Trump Has Been “Legally Elected”
- He used that wording on Thursday morning and also released a new report with debunked electoral fraud allegations.
- “The Democratic Party has done violence in this country by attacking a president, who I believe was legally elected on November 3,” Navarro told the Fox hearing.
- Navarro rocked Trump’s impeachment over accusations the president instigated insurgency when he told his supporters to march on Capitol Hill
- Navarro said he was ‘never more pissed off in my life in this place’ over Trump’s second impeachment
- He told lawmakers they should drop impeachment and let Trump “go peacefully with his dignity”
White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro still insists President Donald Trump was “legally elected,” making the statements to Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo on Thursday morning.
“The Democratic Party has done violence to this country by attacking a president, who I believe was legally elected on November 3,” Navarro said. “If the elections were held today, he would be re-elected. And if he runs in 2024, then he will be elected. And I think that’s what the Democrats fear, ”Navarro continued.
Navarro was furious that Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives for the second time on Wednesday for inciting the insurgency by telling his supporters to march on Capitol Hill, claiming he was the victim of a stolen election.
White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro claimed on Fox Business Network Thursday that President Donald Trump was “legally elected” as he criticized House Democrats for impeaching the president for the second time on Wednesday
Navarro (right) appeared with Fox’s Maria Bartiromo (left) and said he was “never more pissed off in my life in this place” telling lawmakers they should drop impeachment and leave Trump “To leave peacefully with one’s dignity”
Navarro, the White House’s top trade adviser, continued to support these discredited claims by publishing another report on Thursday, where he alleges massive electoral fraud in major swing states.
The last volume was titled “Yes, President Trump Won” and has a large number of fraudulent ballots – insisting, for example, that Pennsylvania had nearly a million “possible illegal votes.”
The Trump campaign and other allies have been berated in court for a number of these challenges.
On Fox, Bartiromo, who herself fueled baseless allegations of electoral fraud, began the interview by asking Navarro about the “attack on free speech” – that is, how Trump was. kicked out of social media platforms, including Twitter and Facebook after his supporters invaded the Capitol, in a violent incident that immediately afterwards left five people dead.
Navarro called it a “classic collusive oligopoly”, adding that it was “a kind of new wine in an old bottle”.
Trump’s aide said he was angry with how Google, Apple and then Amazon took down Parler, which has become an online gathering place for the far right.
“When Amazon came up for the brutal murder, removing the cloud from Parler, as a small business, it was no longer able to access its data and Amazon effectively wiped out that business,” Navarro said. “I think they have a hell of a lawsuit over there for damages because of what’s been done.”
Navarro then turned to Trump’s impeachment on Wednesday, with 10 Republicans joining the Democratic caucus to endorse an article.
“I would be remiss if I did not tell you, Maria, that what happened yesterday … was a travesty,” Navarro said.
He then said it was the Democrats who “did violence” by passing the impeachment article.
“And I have never been so pissed off in my life in this place,” he said. “And I think there are 74 million Americans who voted for President Trump and feel exactly the same.”
Navarro has told lawmakers they should drop impeachment.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Wednesday he would not be bringing the Senate back for an emergency session, which means Trump’s Senate trial will not begin until after he leaves office. functions.
“So I would say to these people on Capitol Hill, stop it.” Let the man go peacefully with his dignity, ”Navarro said. “He was the greatest jobs president, the greatest trade negotiator that we’ve ever had in the – in this story. And it is simply wrong what they are doing.