Trump says his own FBI and DOJ 'may have helped rig election' for Biden: 'Where are they? I’ve not seen anything'

Donald Trump slammed his own FBI and DOJ and shockingly said that they may have even helped rig the election amid his voter fraud claims


                            Trump says his own FBI and DOJ 'may have helped rig election' for Biden: 'Where are they? I’ve not seen anything'
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In his first one-on-one interview since Election Day, Donald Trump slammed his own FBI and the Department of Justice for being 'missing in action' on his claims of election fraud. At one point the President even appeared to accuse the law enforcement agencies of ‘maybe being involved’ in an alleged conspiracy to rig the election in favour of Joe Biden.

"This is total fraud and how – the FBI and Department of Justice, I don't know, maybe they're involved – but how people are allowed to get away from this with this stuff is unbelievable," Trump told Maria Bartiromo while speaking on the phone with the Fox News anchor.

Trump shared that he would like "to file one big beautiful lawsuit with tremendous proof" of fraud in the presidential election. Bartiromo told Trump that he had raised serious charges and asked, "Where is the DOJ and the FBI in all of this?" In response to this, Trump said, "Missing in action. Missing in action. Can't tell you where they are." He added that he had asked if the agencies had looked into election fraud and said, "everyone says yes, they're looking at it" but was skeptical of their responses. 

"I said I’ll stay out of it. I wish I didn’t make that statement. There’s no reason really why I have to," he continued. Trump shared that it is 'good news' that the former Trump campaign associate Carter Page filed a lawsuit against the FBI, DOJ, former FBI Director James Comey, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, as well as others over their surveillance of him in the Russia probe.

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He spoke about how leaders in both agencies have "been there a long time" and though the "FBI is great at the levels that we talk about", it is 'inconceivable' that they have not acted to his liking when it comes to the presidential 2020 elections. He said, "You would think if you’re the FBI or Department of Justice, this is, this is the biggest thing you could be looking at it. Where are they? I’ve not seen anything. I mean, they just keep moving along and they go on to the next president." Trump complained about how no one has come to visit him and said that the FBI has looked into Dominion which provides the voting software and equipment to 28 states. 

Many social media users have slammed Trump for his comments on the FBI and DOJ. One such user shared, "So now @realDonaldTrump is accusing his own DOJ and the FBI of rigging the vote. He's truly lost his mind. Once he's out of office the boards of his companies should vote him out as his mental capacity has diminished. He's almost as paranoid and untrusting as Hitler was."

Another user added, "It's an impartial court system. Basically, anyone that rules against Trump must be corrupt, it can't be that Trump is wrong? I see why Trump likes Kim Jong Ung so much, we are basically living a NK at this point." Yet another user shared, "Every knows the election is NOT a fraud. People like you who defend someone who is trying to destroy our democracy discusses me. I think this will be a career recker for you, along with the Republican Party. No one to blame but Trump."



 



 



 

"That was the biggest bunch of bullshit ever to come across the airwaves. @realDonaldTrump you’re singlehandedly the biggest threat to the United States & our freedom and democracy that’s ever existed. Every dog has its day, and #DiaperDon, your’s is coming soon. #Twat #Loser," wrote another. 

Yet another commented, "Trump really doesn’t care whether what he says is true or not—only that he‘s the center of attention. He actually gets more mileage from blatant falsehoods. After 5 years, people still fall for it. But not for much longer."



 



 

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