Fox News host Brian Kilmeade advises Trump.
Kilmead, like Hillary Clinton and Al Gore, said Trump should accept his loss.
Kilmead instructed Trump to form a team of lawyers, A, to prove fraudulent voting if they were really “screwed” in the 2020 elections.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade advises former President Donald Trump — learn to lose.
On Sunday, Kilmead appeared in Fox News’s “Media Buzz” When Host Howard Kurtz I asked about the former president’s allegations that the election was stolen from him.
“In life, I think you have to learn to lose. Hillary Clinton has to learn it, Al Gore almost learned it, Stacey Abrams didn’t learn it,” Kilmead said. Mentioned and said Abrams refused to allow Georgian Governor Brian Kemp to defeat in 2018.
“In fact, if you fail this election, put together a list of lawyers’ A teams, not the lawyers we witnessed, show us the district, and show us how,” Kilmead said. .. “I have never seen it, and people were very receptive.”
“In life, we have to learn to lose Democrats and Republicans,” Kilmead added.
Kilmead added that reporting the fact that there was no significant evidence of widespread fraudulent voting did not seem to be anti-Trump to the media.
“No one is useful” to tell people that elected civil servants have gained their position by illegal means last week, Kilmead said to viewers “overcoming the question of election results.” I urged you.
The host of “Fox and Friends” Even among some conservative people Obviously have During the Capitol riots, Mark Meadows begged Trump to end the violence...
Kilmead sent a text message to Meadows during the January 6, 2021 riots, according to a text released by the House Select Commission investigating the Capitol riots. “Destroy everything you have accomplished.”
Meanwhile, playing cards Continue to insist the Recount of cyber ninja votes Maricopa County reveals “undeniable evidence” of fraud, despite Republican-led audits Confirm that President Joe Biden defeated Trump Along An additional 261 votes Than first counted.The former president is also promoting additional voting audits in other counties, including: Pima County, Arizona..
No evidence of widespread fraudulent voting was found in the 2020 elections, And playing cards Allegations of fraudulent voting have been consistently criticized..
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