Lara Trump says 'president will get 4 more years in office', Internet wonders if 'the whole family is nuts'

'I still think the president will get four more years in office. I think it will be the next four years. Because this thing is far from over,' Lara Trump said


                            Lara Trump says 'president will get 4 more years in office', Internet wonders if 'the whole family is nuts'
Lara and Donald Trump (Getty Images)

Despite her father-in-law having lost the 2020 election to President-elect Joe Biden, Lara Trump insisted on Fox News Monday, November 30, that President Donald Trump will serve another four years in office because “this thing is far from over”.

Fox Host Martha MacCallum brought up the question of the POTUS undermining the trust in the integrity of elections for Georgia Republicans, saying, “That sounds to me like a pretty good cocktail for having a lot of Republican voters who support the president stay home,” MacCallum said. “And then he’s not going to get what he wants, which is to have his legacy protected by these senators.”

Eric Trump's wife replied by saying, “I still think the president will get four more years in office. I think it will be the next four years. Because this thing is far from over.” Even after Lara was reminded that Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin had all certified Biden as the winner of their states, she added, “Well, those certifications are just procedural steps and the reality is that the Electoral College does not vote in their states until December 14. Congress doesn’t actually certify anything until the beginning of January so we’ve got plenty of time.”



 

All attempts to prove systemic voter fraud by Trump’s legal team have been rejected by judges across multiple states in the country. Despite all that, Lara continued to claim that the president “legitimately won this election” and that they believe “the results in Georgia is going to change.”

When the video of Lara's interview went viral on Twitter, a number of liberals stepped forward to ridicule her statements. "They’re all just towing the line now - they either don’t want to hurt his feelings or they are planting MAGA seeds of discontent in hopes of getting them all up in arms for 2022 and 2024," one of them said, while another tweeted, "Constant grifting and gaslighting." A third commented, "She’s strengthening her place in the will. Big inheritance ahead!!"

The next wrote, "He is going to serve more than 4 years-- 20 to life." Another quipped, "'Sadly'...exit, stage right." One more remarked, "Omg. This family has a problem. Crystal clear." Someone else opined, "Ugh ..... Can we fast forward to January 20th already????" One more said, "That’s why Lara and Eric are married and 'happy.'" "Is the whole family nuts?" another asked. One user wrote, "They haven’t gotten around to re-programming her script."



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 

Last week, the president's daughter-in-law told the news outlets that Trump's team will do "anything necessary" to ensure his victory. "Well I think that the general effort is to make sure that this election was free and fair and that every legitimate vote gets counted," she said. "Last time I checked, the people were still in charge of the United States of America and there are about a 74million people out there who do not feel like the result of this election that has been presented is accurate."

She added: "Something is wrong. We have been trying to get to the bottom of it from the Trump campaign and we just want the right thing to happen - all the legitimate votes to be counted."

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