The Lincoln Project, the group of former top GOP strategists seeking to beat President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, released another new video on Monday evening.
Unlike other videos, the latest release did not feature Trump saying crazy things. Instead, it is more like a 60-second short film.
It features a mother listening to election night returns. She goes into her son’s bedroom and lovingly awakens him.
“Hey honey, you asked me to wake you and tell you what happened in the election,” she says.
“Who won?” the child asked.
“Trump,” she replied. “Trump won.”
“But I thought you could only be president two times,” the child responded.
“Not anymore,” his mother replies, with a pained look on her face.
Chanting can be heard in the background, as the volume increases it becomes recognizable as “12 more years.”
“Stop him or it will never stop,” appears on the screen. “Vote him out.”
Good night, America. pic.twitter.com/a9Ygv7nFHg
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) October 27, 2020
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With the president ranging far afield -- at one time saying the FBI and his own Justice Department was involved in the conspiracy to deny him a second term -- the Fox host sat by, occasionally encouraging the president on.
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The president made the remarks to Fox News host Maria Bartiromo in his first television interview since the election.
Trump said that he planned to "use 125% of my energy" to prove that he did not lose the election.
"You need a judge that's willing to hear a case," he explained. "You need a Supreme Court that's willing to make a real big decision based on everything."
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Speaking with incoming Reps. Nicolle Malliotakis (R-NY) and Nancy Mace (R-SC), Bash asked the New York representative-elect about Trump's election conspiracy theories.
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