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Trump Repeats Election Slander and Makes Jokes about the Sexual Abuse Verdict

Trump did not attempt to take a more moderate stance on issues, which is essential for increasing his appeal to a larger group of Republicans

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UNITED STATES: Donald Trump mocked E. Jean Carroll’s allegations of sexual abuse, repeated lies about his loss in the 2020 election, declared he would pardon many of his supporters convicted of participating in an attack on the U.S. Capitol, and called CNN moderator Kaitlan Collins, a “nasty person” to laughter from the audience in New Hampshire.

The former US President did not attempt to take a more moderate stance on issues, which is essential for increasing his appeal to a larger group of Republicans. When Collins asked him if he would admit that he lost the 2020 election, he reiterated his unsubstantiated claims that the process was rigged in his favour, calling everyone who disagreed “stupid”.

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Trump’s performance in the Republican primary was likely a warm-up for his 2024 campaign. He refrained from regretting the attack on the U.S. Capitol and reiterated his intention to pardon those responsible. Collins corrected incorrect statements while Trump talked over her.

Donald Trump has been “classic Trump” since 2015, with his Big Lie, outrageous style, demeaning and mocking people. A preview of the next 15 months was given.

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The Republican received a standing ovation from Republican and independent voters in the crowd. His chances of winning the election in November 2024 depend heavily on the early-nominating state of New Hampshire, and some cheered when he gave a favourable account of his speech.

The DNC chair, Jaime Harrison, referred to Trump as a “dangerous, extreme candidate who seeks to undermine democracy”, and Biden tried to raise money by asking people to donate to their cause if they didn’t want Trump for four more years.

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As Collins attempted to fact-check his claims, the Republican refused to back down, leading to shouting over one another. He was judged to have sexually assaulted Carol Carroll in the 1990s and was obligated to make good on a $5 million damage award. His attorney will file an appeal.

The Republican insulted Carroll by referring to her as a “wack job”. Carroll stated that this triumph is not just for her but for all women who have suffered because they were mistrusted.

Trump stood by his comments from a 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape in which he boasted about grabbing women by the genitalia and implied that celebrities might have their way with them. During the trial, the remarks were cited as evidence against Trump. He was not talking about himself but about famous people.

Also Read: Jury Finds Trump Sexually Abused Writer E. Jean Carroll


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