Donald Trump spoke to a gathering of his supporters on Monday night in Dalton, Georgia ahead of the run-off elections in the state on Tuesday.
Trump, who was making his first public appearance of the year and one of just a handful of outings since he lost the presidency to Joe Biden in November was on typical Trump form for what his likely to be his last ever rally as president.
The president, who was there to promote the campaigns of Republican candidates David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, in what is a key election for the GOP and the future of the state, spent most his speech talking about himself and how he lost the ‘rigged’ election.
Trump set the tone for his lengthy speech with the very first words that came out his mouth, which was, no word of a lie, “Hello, Georgia. By the way – there's no way we lost Georgia. There's no way. That was a rigged election.” Let’s not forget that Georgia was one of the states which flipped for Biden in November.
"Hello, Georgia. By the way -- there's no way we lost Georgia. There's no way. That was a rigged election." -- the… https://t.co/qLIuAxijcZ