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Hailey Warner
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Hailey isn't the biggest fan of Winter, but she's doing her best to embrace the cold weather and snow. You can find her trying out new recipes, playing squash or writing editorials.

US President Donald Trump posted a number of his tweets on Twitter a while ago related to the elections and Corona.

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Trump published a story from The New York Times indicating that he received 10.1 million more votes across the United States than he did four years ago, including regions with a majority of Latino voters. Trump wrote a comment that these numbers are the highest so far for a president in office. And there was no way for the Democrats to win except through what they are learning now, which is the elections that were rigged.

Then Trump touched on the Corona pandemic and the vaccine and wrote a tweet in which he said, “Vaccines are coming quickly,” and added in a second tweet in large letters, “Covid drugs available now to make people better are amazing, but they are rarely talked about by the media. The death rate has decreased by 85%.”.

Tamp then tweeted about the election, saying, “Voter fraud in Detroit is rampant, and it has been for many years.”

And in another tweet, Trump said “Thousands of uncounted votes discovered in Georgia counties”.

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This morning, Trump re-published a report from Just The News, which said that the two Republican members of the Wayne County Election Board in Michigan had signed written affidavits talking about being bullied and misleading to approve the election results in the largest city in Michigan, and they do not believe that it is necessary. Certify voting results until serious violations are determined in Detroit.

The report indicated that the statements of Wayne House and County Speaker Monica Palmer, and fellow Republican William C. Hartman, to cancel their vote the day before, raised questions about whether the presidential vote in Michigan in favor of Democrat Joe Biden would be ratified, and also indicated the possibility of a legal confrontation in the future.

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Hailey isn't the biggest fan of Winter, but she's doing her best to embrace the cold weather and snow. You can find her trying out new recipes, playing squash or writing editorials.
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