Trump plans to hold large-scale rallies as he wages legal fight over alleged voter fraud

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The Trump campaign is poised to bring back large-scale rallies that were a hallmark of President Donald Trump’s presidential run. This comes on the heels of a legal defense mounted by the campaign challenging election results.

The Trump campaign is reportedly planning to hold campaign-style rallies and brandish obituaries of people who supposedly voted but are dead.

These are part of the “pieces of evidence” the Trump campaign is gathering to support the team’s claims of widespread voter fraud and corruption.

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The chief executive has vowed legal action in the coming days as he refused to concede to Democrat Joe Biden.

Media outlets in the United States have projected victory for Biden after leading razor-thin margins in key states including Pennsylvania, but Trump argued that the fight is “far from over.”

This refusal makes an aggressive pitch for donors to help finance any court fight — with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham leading the charge by donating $500,000 to President Trump’s campaign legal defense fund to challenge results in the election.

Steve Schmidt, a longtime GOP operative best known as a top aide on Senator John McCain’s failed 2008 presidential campaign, branded as “sedition” the actions by South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and other top Republicans who are “hurling conspiracy.”

He also lashed out at the GOP majority in Washington who are backing Trump in his bid to prolong his fight against the election results.

“The bad faith and dishonesty of the GOP majority in Washington at this moment is appalling. Apparently, Trump’s ego needs sating so he is going to start holding more super spreader rallies that will kill people as he takes a sledgehammer to the American people’s faith and belief in the legitimacy of the system with his blizzard of lies and conspiracy nonsense,” he said in a tweet.

Media outlets have been at the receiving end of President Trump’s lashing after the chief executive expressed his dismay over the polls’ results.

“Since when does the Lamestream Media call who our next president will be? We have all learned a lot in the last two weeks,” he said.

“We believe these people are thieves. The big city machines are corrupt. This was a stolen election. Best pollster in Britain wrote this morning that this clearly was a stolen election, that it’s impossible to imagine that Biden outran Obama in some of these states,” President Trump added.