“The evidence shows he was not actually deluded on this point,” Mr Melber said.
“He was very much, they say, an informed coup plotter, not some bumbling unemployed goofball bs-ing in a coffee shop.”.
The last few days of hearings in Congress have shown the numerous warnings Mr Trump got that his election ideas were way off base.
Former attorney general Bill Barr told the committee, in pre-taped testimony, that he informed the president his ideas about the election were “idiotic” and “complete nonsense”.
If they had any real evidence, they’d hold real hearings with equal representation,” Mr Trump wrote in a lengthy statement on Monday.
A spokesperson for Mr Trump said his election fraud claims and those of the film were valid.
“The Fake News media repeatedly calling hard evidence of election fraud ‘debunked’ doesn’t make it so,” Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington told The Independent. »