Donald Trump abruptly ended his interview with the NPR as he repeatedly grumbled about false allegations of electoral fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
Copy of the interview, Released Wednesday morning, Shows Trump getting more irritated when he asks why the NPR’s Steve Inskepe is still proposing conspiracy theories about his election defeat.
After InsKeab told the former president that his fraudulent claims were untrue, the reporter asked Trump if he would refuse to support any Republican candidate who denies his lies about the 2020 election.
Later, Trump ended the call.
The transcript shows InsKeep asking Trump: “If I start asking, are you telling Republicans to press your case in the last election to get your approval in 2022? Is that complete? “
The former president replied: “They are going to do what they want to do – they are going to do what they have to do. But the smart ones – you know, look at you. Again, look at how Carrie Lake, who is running for governor, is doing. She’s so big in this matter. She leads a lot. People do not know how big this problem is, and they do not want it to happen again, they do not want it to happen, they do not want it to happen again.
Before Trump intervened, Inskepe continued, “I want to …”: “The only way to prevent that from happening again is to solve the problem of the 2020 presidential election.”
Before Trump signed up, Inskeep tried to ask his question again: “So Steve, thank you very much. I appreciate that. “
Inscape tries to keep the transcript Trump in line and concludes: “Come on, come on, I have one more question. Yesterday Jan. I would like to hear about the court hearing on the 6th. Judge Amit Mehta. he’s gone. All right. “
To be continued …
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