It has been noted that some 1,100 days after former President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election and he promised during a recent podcast interview that evidence he won will be revealed soon.
After losing the election, Trump along with various allies and supporters have falsely claimed that the election was “stolen” and filed various lawsuit on the matter that were later dismissed by the courts.
During an interview with Buck Sexton and Clay Travis released on Wednesday, the Republican frontrunner claimed the proof he had enough votes to win the election will come out in “the next few months.”
Trump told Sexton and Travis how the initial results on election night in 2020 were favorable for him but as more ballots started being counted everything turned “really bad.”
“I felt I could go home and I would watch a fair election,” Trump told the hosts. “And I went home, and it looked really good, then around 10 o’clock in the evening all of sudden they started finding lots of ballots and things started changing. And then at 3:02 a.m., things happened that were really really bad.”
“We did great against him [Biden]. I believe we won by a tremendous amount. We have proof of it. We’re releasing the proof. And you’ll see that proof, it’ll come up a lot in the next few months,” Trump concluded.
Trump currently faces a couple of criminal indictments for his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is charging Trump along with a dozen of defendants in a racketeering case for working to subvert the results in Georgia.
Meanwhile, Special Counsel Jack Smith is federally prosecuting Trump for his attempt to subvert the election in Georgia and several other states he lost.