President Trump’s best form of communication with Americans has always been the direct approach, either through Twitter or press conferences, where the media can’t skew what he says. Trump has also masterfully shared updates with his followers at his massive rallies. According to Axios, President Trump plans to use post-election campaign-style rallies again to share damning information found in several states related to voter fraud and voter irregularities that the media refuses to report.
Axios reports- President Trump plans to brandish obituaries of people who supposedly voted but are dead — plus hold campaign-style rallies — in an effort to prolong his fight against apparent insurmountable election results, four Trump advisers told me during a conference call this afternoon.
What’s next: Team Trump is ready to announce specific recount teams in key states, and it plans to hold a series of Trump rallies focused on the litigation.
- In Georgia: Doug Collins, the outgoing congressman who lost to Sen. Kelly Loeffler in a special election to fill former Sen. Johnny Isakson’s seat, will be leading the campaign’s recount efforts. The team has also redeployed 92 staffers from Florida to Georgia, doubling its group on the ground.
- In Arizona: Kory Langhofer, former counsel for Trump’s 2016 transition, will serve as lead attorney.
- In Pennsylvania: Porter Wright’s Ron Hicks is heading up the legal effort.
- Nationwide: They’re assembling additional surrogates and lawyers.
“We want to make sure we have an adequate supply of manpower on the ground for man-to-man combat,” one adviser said.