During a speech in Georgia Monday evening, a defiant President Donald Trump on Monday continued to deny the results of the 2020 election, which he lost to Joe Biden, telling his supporters “they’re not taking the White House” and vowing to “fight like hell” to stay in power.
“We have to go. We have to go all the way. You watch what happens over the next couple of weeks…They’re not taking this White House. We’re going to fight like hell.” Trump said.
He then went on to argue the importance of his supporters voting for Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) and interim Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) as a last line of defense against Democrats while repeating: “they are not going to take this White House, we’re going to fight like hell.”
"and they're not taking the white house we're gonna fight like hell" you mean from prison? or a foreign country? https://t.co/QmwQEQPatV
— No. 90 | BLM (@Numbah90) January 5, 2021