President Trump is still grousing about losing the popular vote of 3 million to Hillary Clinton in 2016, but that doesn’t mean he’s doing anything about it this time around.
Recently told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham there was “tremendous fraud” in the two largest Democrats in the dominant states in the 2016 contest, which did not elaborate.
“I think I won the popular vote in a real sense,” Trump told Ingraham last week. “I think there has been tremendous fraud in California. There has been tremendous fraud in New York and elsewhere. “
If Trump wants a chance to win the popular vote this fall, he will need to spend more time and money in the golden state. California is home to millions of Republicans, though they make up only about a quarter of the voters in the Democratic stronghold.
But in close elections, each campaign must focus on the ends of victory and pour resources into achieving that. In the end, Trump and Joe Biden are sluggish it’s out for every vote in battle battle states, with 55 of California’s winners-losing all certain electoral votes to fall to the Biden-Harris column.
Trump only arrived in California for two hours on Monday because the raging wildfires made it almost inevitable amid his western campaign swing. He visited Nevada over the weekend with plans to head to Arizona Monday evening. Instead of keeping any kind of campaign rally, president
Spend your time hearing from state fire and emergency…