Debates about the 2020 presidential election continue to rage on.
As the January 6 committee keeps its investigations going into January 6, 2021 and the events surrounding it, Trump’s weighed in with his own thoughts.
According to the former president, the committee is negligent in not talking about documented fraud during the latest election.
In fact, Trump even says the committee has no interest in addressing issues with the latest White House race, claiming it would completely blow the narrative behind their investigations.
However, some Republicans are beginning to distance themselves from the former president and his comments about 2020.
Recently, Fox News host Brian Kilmeade called Trump “unhinged” throughout the outcome of the 2020 election and the Capitol riots on January 6, per Newsmax.
Kilmeade on Trump After 2020
On Sunday, Kilmeade claimed that he spoke with the former president after 2020 was declared for Biden and before the Capitol riots took place.
According to Kilmeade, during his interviews with Trump, the latter was “unhinged” and furious about the outcome of the election.
About face at Fox News: “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade calls Trump “unhinged”, adds “I have not seen any evidence” of election fraud. pic.twitter.com/iHWVJLknjm
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) June 26, 2022
The Fox News host claimed that he’s known Trump for decades and never seen him as enraged as he was after 2020. Kilmeade said the former president thinks he was “robbed.”
Later, Kilmeade also made it clear he believes it’s time for Trump and others with his concerns to “move on.” The Fox News host explained that neither the former president nor his team were able to prove their claims of foul play in the 2020 race.
Kilmeade on Handling Loss in Life
The Fox News host didn’t stop by calling Trump “unhinged” and saying he should move past 2020.
Kilmeade continued, declaring that Trump didn’t handle loss properly after 2020 was declared for Biden. Per Kilmeade, the former president faced the “worst” period of his career after the events of January 6.
Furthermore, it is Kilmeade’s view that had Trump acknowledged his issues with the election, yet gracefully welcomed Biden into the Oval Office, Trump’s approval rating would be high.
Interesting take by @kilmeade. If Donald Trump had said “I’ve got problems with this election” but “‘I’m going to welcome the Bidens to the White House,’ he’d have about 70% approval rating right now & a clamoring to have him back in the office.” pic.twitter.com/wjaOkGPwje
— Scott Travis (@smtravis) June 26, 2022
Finally, Kilmeade claimed that how people ultimately deal with the losses in their lives speaks volumes about who they truly are.
Needless to say, the Fox News host’s remarks aren’t going to sit well with people who disagree and believe that 2020 was unfairly taken away from Trump.
Other Republicans have previously stated that the time for litigating the last election is over. More people in the GOP are working to win the current midterms and then secure the White House, sending Biden packing in 2024.
What do you think about Brian Kilmeade’s latest comments about Donald Trump and his response to the 2020 presidential election? Is the Fox News host dead wrong or do you believe what he’s saying has merit?
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