Trump Demands Either New Election ‘Immediately’ or Make Him ‘Rightful’ President Now

Former President Donald Trump on Monday took time off from melting down over the FBI executing a search warrant at his home to seize classified documents to demand that he be

installed as commander-in-chief of the United States—22 months after he decisively lost the 2020 race. The twice-impeached ex-president, though, did propose a “minimal

solution” if he is not returned to the White House right away: Declare the 2020 vote “irreparably compromised” and hold a new one “immediately.” In recent days,

conservatives have latched onto remarks made by Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg about his social platform’s handling of the Hunter Biden laptop story just ahead of the 2020

election. Appearing on Joe Rogan’s podcast, Zuckerberg revealed that the Justice Department had warned Facebook to “be vigilant” about “Russian propaganda” in the waning days of

the election season. While Zuckerberg specifically said the feds did not flag the laptop as disinformation, he told Rogan that Facebook did limit the reach of the New York

Post’s Hunter Biden story on news feeds for a few days as fact-checkers determined whether it was true. Unlike Twitter, however, Facebook users were free to share the article on

their pages. Additionally, a recent survey by Technometrica Institute of Policy and Politics found that 79 percent of respondents believe that Trump would have likely

defeated President Joe Biden if voters were told that the contents of the younger Biden’s laptop were genuine and not “Russian disinformation,” as had been suggested by the

intelligence community.