Trump ‘told councilors he will EXPLAIN leaving the White House on Trust Day’

Trump ‘told councilors he will EXPLAIN leaving the White House on Trust Day’

President Donald Trump has told councilors he will refuse to leave the White House on Trust Day and has been throwing a major ‘tantrum temper’ after losing an election, according to a new report.

It’s been six weeks since Trump lost the election and this week the College of Elections confirmed Joe Biden as the winner in the controversial primary race.

Trump has pursued a lawsuit to reverse the election result and has taken to Twitter rants on suspicion of voters in an attempt to stay in office.

Trump privately considered losing the election last month but has returned, led by councilors such as Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis.

He once told a number of councilors that he refused to leave the White House on January 20 but that since then that plan has been talked out of, although some believe he could try to stay put, according to a CNN report citing several sources.

‘He throws af *** ing tempant tantrum. He is going to leave. It’s just losing out, ‘a councilor told the rebel.

President Donald Trump has told councilors he will refuse to leave the White House on Trust Day and has been throwing a major ‘tantrum temper’ after losing an election, according to a new report. Photo of Trump on December 12th

Trump now believes spending his days tearing over the lost election, devising ways to oppose him, and plotting revenge on a Republican he believes turned upside down. on, guests and offices of Fox News, Congressmembers and cabinet members.

‘He’s been getting so much misinformation that I think he thinks this thing was stolen from him,’ Trump’s adviser told the president.

Hours after the Electoral College announced that Biden had elected, Trump announced that Attorney General William Barr will resign.

His resignation came after it emerged that Barr had worked to prevent a federal investigation into Hunter Biden’s finances from going public prior to the election.

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell identified Biden as the president – elect for the first time, a sign that a Republican has confessed.

Early Tuesday just after midnight Trump shared a DailyMail.com story about Trump loyalists angry with McConnell after he congratulated Biden.

Trump tweeted the writing of the story, ‘Mitch, 75,000,000 VOTES, record for President President (by lot). Too early to ignore. The Republican Party must finally learn to fight. People are angry! ‘

It's been six weeks since Trump lost the election and this week the College of Elections confirmed Joe Biden as the winner in the controversial primary race.  Picture of Biden looking at his watch at Tuesday 's speech

It’s been six weeks since Trump lost the election and this week the College of Elections confirmed Joe Biden as the winner in the controversial primary race. Picture of Biden looking at his watch at Tuesday ‘s speech

Trump has also been considering pardons for more than two dozen nearby people, including businessmen and friends, which he believes may be targeted for reasons political.

Trump employees have created a spreadsheet to track all requests for pardons or commissions that came to his aid.

‘He turned crazy. There is a lot of activity, ‘said one who knew how Trump was pushing forgiveness.

Petitioners have spoken to White House leader for forgiveness, calling or emailing senior councilor Jared Kushner, chief of staff Mark Meadows or White House councilor Pat Cipollone.

‘Everyone accepted that there is no formal process and they should reach out to the administration directly,’ the source said.

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell identified Biden as the president - elect for the first time, a sign that a Republican has confessed.  Trump tweeted in response: ‘Mitch, 75,000,000 VOTES, record for President President (by many).  Too early to ignore.  The Republican Party must finally learn to fight.  People are angry!  '

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell identified Biden as the president – elect for the first time, a sign that a Republican has confessed. Trump tweeted in response: ‘Mitch, 75,000,000 VOTES, record for President President (by many). Too early to ignore. The Republican Party must finally learn to fight. People are angry! ‘

‘Everyone is hoping to have a cousin friend who they hope will make them read their email,’ the source said.

This week Alice Johnson and Duke Tanner, with their prison sentences decided by Trump, were at the White House to petition for additional acting activities, Tanner shared in a tweet.

One person acting on behalf of the pardon-seeking client said they hoped their loyalty to Trump would pay off over the past four years now.

Last month, Trump forgave Michael Flynn, his former national security adviser, for any possible crimes in connection with Robert Mueller’s two-year investigation into the ban. Russia in the 2016 election.

It could also be a reflection of wisdom for Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Group’s chief financial officer, who has been under the scrutiny of critics for his role in hush cash payments.

Officials said Trump himself was not given an interesting pardon.

Trump has also been considering pardons for more than two dozen nearby people, including businessmen and friends, which he believes may be targeted for reasons political.  Last month Trump forgave Michael Flynn, his former national security adviser

Trump has also been considering pardons for more than two dozen nearby people, including businessmen and friends, which he believes may be targeted for reasons political. Last month Trump forgave Michael Flynn, his former national security adviser

Trump could also be considering wisdom for Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Group's chief financial officer, who has been under the scrutiny of critics for his role in hush cash payments

Trump could also be considering wisdom for Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Group’s chief financial officer, who has been under the scrutiny of critics for his role in hush cash payments

Loyalty has been a major issue in the Oval Office in the last six weeks since the election.

One former Trump regular speaker was lightly encouraged to stand down after the election was cut and said CNN Trump no longer told his calls and heard from the president. in weeks.

Several close friends of Trump have been urged to move on from contesting the election and instead planning for his future after his term expires and planning for a 2024 run that could to be there.

Trump has told his staff that he has no desire to debate whether he will attend Biden’s oath or not stop any talks about leaving the post, several people who familiar with the said conversations.

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