Key takeaways from Trump’s CNN town hall in New Hampshire

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As Donald Trump gears up for his 2024 White House bid, he sits down with the network that helped him to victory with constant coverage then undercut him during his tenure as Commander-in-Chief

Former President and 2024 White House candidate Donald Trump came out swinging during a CNN townhall Wednesday night, immediately saying the 2020 election was rigged and stolen through fraud and that he had an obligation to shine a spotlight on it. 

“We did fantastically we got 12 million more votes than we had in, as you know, in 2016 actually we did far better in that election,” he began. “Got the most that anybody’s ever gotten as the President of the United States. I think that when you look at that result, and when you look at what happened during that election, unless you’re a very stupid person, you see what happens a lot of the people, out of thee people in this audience and maybe a couple that don’t — but most people understand what happened. That was a rigged election. And it’s a shame that we had to go through it.” 

“It’s very bad for our country all over the world,” he continued. “I think it’s a very sad thing for our country. I think it’s a very sad thing, frankly, for the world. because if you look at what’s gone to our country, our country has gone to hell, our border’s open. Our military has been bad. you look at the taxes, you look at inflation, what’s happened to inflation, it’s just destroying our country. We’ve really become in many ways a third world country and it’s very sad what’s happened in this administration, and it’s something that will turn around on day one.”

The audience, which according to CNN consisted of Republicans and undecided voters who would be taking part in the GOP New Hampshire primary, was allowed to ask questions of the 45th president.  The first question was if Trump would be suspending his voter fraud claims during his campaign. 

Trump replied, “Yeah, unless I see election fraud… I think I have an obligation to say it. And you know what we went through a short while ago has really put our country in a big problem. I hope to do that. I hope we’re gonna have very honest elections. We should have voter ID, we should have one-day elections. We should have paper ballots.”

By Nick Givas

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