Trump launches post-golf flurry of lies about the election with lament about 'saving the country'
Donald Trump plays golf at Trump National Doral (screen grab)

President Donald Trump took a break from his Camp David vacation on Saturday for a day of golf at his private, Virginia country club.


It was Trump's third day in a row golfing and the 307th day of his presidency spent at a golf course. He was accompanied by Donald Trump, Jr. and Eric Trump.

After flying back to Camp David on Marine One, Trump took to Twitter to complain about the 2020 presidential campaign, which he lost to Joe Biden.

He first took aim at Fox News. Despite the conservative network being one of his biggest backers, Trump is angry that the network reported that he lost the election to President-elect Biden.

Trump then went on to claim that the recounting of the vote in Wisconsin -- which has so far only increased Biden's lead -- is not about recounting votes.

The fact Trump falsely claimed he had found "many illegal votes" earned him another disclaimer from Twitter.

He then complained that the judges rejecting his conspiracy theories "want nothing to do with saving our country."

He again received a Twitter disclaimer.

Trump then lied about his Pennsylvania case, where he is not alleging fraud.