President Trump made his way back to prime time television.
Trump didn’t disappoint either!
In his interview with Maria Bartiromo he said the 2020 election “should have been overturned” due to the fact there was mass voter fraud.
He went on to say “our Supreme Court and our courts didn’t have the courage to overturn elections that should have been overturned”.
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Trump is right, the Supreme Court didn’t lift a finger when it came to reviewing cases of voter fraud.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 17, 2021
"Our Supreme Court and courts didn't have the courage to overturn elections" – Donald Trump on Fox News
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) March 17, 2021
The Hill covered Trump’s statements regarding the 2020 election and contributed these details:
“Our Supreme Court and our courts didn’t have the courage to overturn elections that should have been overturned,” he told Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo on Tuesday evening in a rare media appearance since leaving office in January. “You’re talking about decisive amounts, hundreds of thousands and even millions of votes.”
President Donald Trump in regards to Mail in balloting, election fraud and the supreme court’s decision to not overturn the election on tonight’s interview with Maria Bartiromo. pic.twitter.com/SMDYoLomf0
— Personal Blog Media News (@pbmnews) March 16, 2021
WATCH: Donald Trump tells Maria Bartiromo, "My policies were working better than they've ever seen on the southern border… but they [Biden administration] are destroying our country." pic.twitter.com/s4PqB7ybDC
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) March 16, 2021
President Trump also made sure he commented on the Southern border crisis and took a shot at Biden for destroying his policies that prevented mass illegal immigrations from happening.
Fox News covered Trump’s comments on the Southern Border:
In an interview with Maria Bartiromo on “Fox News Primetime”, Trump said he and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador had built a “great relationship” — with a joint interest in controlling illegal immigration and constructing an efficient border wall.
“[Lopez Obrador] is a great gentleman. We had a very good relationship. They had 28,000 soldiers on our border while we were building the wall … and they were also stopping them at their northern border by Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala,” Trump said.
Today, they are coming in. You take a look. They are coming in from foreign countries. I see they are coming in from Yemen. They are coming in from the Middle East. They are coming in from everywhere,” he said. “They are dropping them off and they are pouring into our country. It is a disgrace.”
“They are going to destroy our country if we don’t do something about it.”
President Trump talked on many other topics including Covid-19, vaccines, Meghan Markle, The Washington Post and blasted McConnell .