Donald Trump continues to push the Big Lie that the 2020 election was “stolen” from him (it wasn’t), but officials in Arizona say the Donald should “move on.”
Former President Donald Trump escalated his baseless voter fraud claims in Phoenix on Saturday, saying that Democrats can’t win any elections without cheating—after Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs urged the Republican to get over his 2020 election loss.
Hobbs, a Democrat, encouraged Trump to “take your loss, accept it and move on” Friday night, a day before the former president spoke at the “Rally of Save Our Elections” event organized by Turning Point Action, a conservative group.
“Nothing that’s going on here is going to change the outcome, and, really, this is nothing more than being a sore loser,” she told CNN.
Arizona Sec. of State Katie Hobbs' message to Donald Trump: "Like most grown-ups, take your loss and accept it and move on. Nothing that's going on here is going to change the outcome, and this is nothing more than being a sore loser." pic.twitter.com/AB5gciFU6i
— The Hill (@thehill) July 25, 2021