Trump again pushes conspiracy he WON election ‘by a lot’ and tells Republicans not to let ‘great win be stolen’

DONALD Trump has once again pushed the conspiracy that he won the 2020 presidential election "by a lot" and told Republicans not to let his "great win be stolen."

President Trump's Saturday morning tweet read: "He didn’t win the Election. He lost all 6 Swing States, by a lot."

It continued: "They then dumped hundreds of thousands of votes in each one, and got caught.

"Now Republican politicians have to fight so that their great victory is not stolen. Don’t be weak fools!"

Alongside his tweet, the 74-year-old president shared an opinion piece by the New York Post titled: "Stephen Colbert’s Joe Biden interview a real joke".

Twitter also added a warning label to Trump's tweet that "multiple sources called this election differently."

The Twitter warning leads to an announcement from November 10, which states: "Joe Biden officially becomes US president-elect following Electoral College votes."

The Post Editorial Board published the article about Biden's 'joke' interview on Friday night.

President-elect Biden and his wife Dr Jill Biden's interview with Late Show host Colbert was aired on Thursday night.

When the president-elect responded to Colbert's question on the Hunter-Biden Scandal, he said: "I’m not concerned about any accusations that have been made against him. It’s used to get to me.

"And he’s a grown man. He is the smartest man I know, I mean, in pure intellectual capacity. And as long as he’s good, we’re good."

Trump's Friday morning tweet comes one day after General Michael Flynn called upon the president to impose martial law to force new elections in battleground states.

The former national security adviser asked Trump to use the military to force an election "rerun" in key states lost to Biden.

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