While we continue to hear from members of President Donald Trump’s legal team that they have found a lot of evidence they say will prove millions of votes were either taken away from him electronically or added for Democratic rival Joe Biden, there are indications that the president may understand he will have to concede to this massive alleged fraud at some point.
And as such, he has confided in a U.S. senator what his future plans include.
According to Politico, Trump told Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) that if things don’t “work out,” he’ll throw his hat into the ring again in four years.
Kevin Cramer called Donald Trump last week to convey his support for the president’s efforts to contest the election results when Trump dropped a casual aside that snapped the North Dakota senator to attention.
“If this doesn’t work out, I’ll just run