Gotta love this man…He’s cool as a cucumber while we’re all sweating bullets. That’s a real leader.
By Missy Crane, November 21, 2020
The 2020 election has been nerve-wracking, to say the least.
While I figured the Dems would play games, I never in a million years thought they’d take it so far that they made Biden – a bumbling doofus who can’t string a sentence together – the most vote-getting candidate in the history of our entire country.
I think this one tweet here sums that up nicely:
“Hillary didn’t steal enough votes and Biden stole too many !”
Regardless of the battle, President Trump and his team continue to fight on and demand justice and a FAIR election for his 73++ million REAL voters.
And President Trump has not been shy about sharing his feelings about the election, even though Twitter keeps “flagging” his tweets.
Yesterday he called the election “rigged” and shared a powerful video of his attorney Sidney Powell’s presser.
A Rigged Election! https://t.co/dAviFrkEP4
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2020
But the good news is…while were sweating bullets and worried about how this will all play out, WH insiders say the President is cool as a cucumber, and not worried.
As a matter of fact, he’s very confident, and to make you feel even better, he also says he’s been in a lot tougher spots than this.
From Washington Examiner
Our weekly White House Report Card finds President Trump brushing aside urgings to accept defeat to Joe Biden, instead insisting with confidence that his legal efforts will show that he won the 2020 presidential election.
Several insiders said that while the fight may look difficult, the president has no plans to give up.
“The president is extremely confident and not very bothered,” said one source. “He said that he has been in way tougher spots than this, and he’ll come through again. He’s not worried.”
This is how a real, strong leader behaves.
I know I feel much better after hearing this, and I hope you do as well.
stay strong and keep fighting – it’s not over and we will prevail.
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