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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Donald Trump pressures Mike Pence to block Joe Biden’s election victory” – below is their description.
Donald Trump has called on vice president Mike Pence to intervene to incorrectly hand him a second term in the White House.
Speaking at a rally in Georgia meant to boost Senate candidates there, his baseless claims of mass voter fraud dominated.
The US president doubled down on his refusal to accept defeat to Joe Biden in his first sentences at the podium on Tuesday, saying: “I had two elections. I won them both. It’s amazing.”
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