- President Donald Trump is said to be planning something big for the inauguration day of Joe Biden
- Trump, as reports have it, will be staging a political rally ahead of the 2024 election on the same day Biden will be sworn in as president
- The objective, according to commentators in the US, is to outshine the president-elect with a massive campaign in Florida
Apart from constantly refusing to concede defeat in the United States' presidential election, President Donald Trump, according to a reliable source, has another plan.
President Trump, ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden, is planning to leave the White House via Airforce One to Florida where he will stage a campaign rally for 2024.
Many see this as Trump's latest move to outshine Biden during his inauguration ceremony.
According to Fox News, the actual aim for Trump, as some international political analysts put it, is to create a split-screen in which he will be addressing a cheering crowd while Biden is sworn in before a socially distanced audience outside the White House due to Covid-19.
Axios, a US newspaper, reports:
"The Trump talk could create a split-screen moment: the outgoing president addressing a roaring crowd in an airport hangar while the incoming leader is sworn in before a socially distanced audience outside the Capitol."
In other news from Briefly.co.za, US President Donald Trump has doubled down on his claims that massive voter fraud has taken place in the elections. He has sent out a barrage of tweets in which he alleges that thousands of illegal votes were submitted after the deadline on the day of the election in Pennsylvania resulting in the majority shifting to the democrats.
Man detained for threatening mass shooting if Biden becomes president Trump goes further and claims that the votes were counted in secret with republicans being able to observe the process.
"Tens of thousands of votes were illegally received after 8 P.M. on Tuesday, Election Day, totally and easily changing the results in Pennsylvania and certain other razor-thin states. As a separate matter, hundreds of thousands of Votes were illegally not allowed to be OBSERVED..."
He posted a tweet with a picture of a Supreme Court ordering mail-in ballots received on the election day.
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