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Trump Claims No One Accepted His Offer to Debate Election Fraud Allegations Because 'They Can't Win'

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Former President Donald Trump is offering an explanation for why no one accepted his offer to debate his claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election on television.

In a statement on Tuesday, Trump wrote, “It’s really interesting, everybody wants me on television, I get the highest ratings by far, they need ratings to survive, and yet I put out a challenge to debate me about the massive election fraud, which took place in the 2020 Presidential Election, and there are no takers — think of it, zero takers for the so-called ‘ratings machine.’”

“The reason is, they know they can’t win. All I have to do is lay out the facts — they are irrefutable. I’ve supposedly won all my political debates, but this would be the easiest of them all! Swing state by swing state, they get decimated. This is the Hoax and the Scam and the Crime of the Century. Just remember, no takers!” he continued.

In a statement on Sunday, the former president suggested that such a debate would be a “ratings bonanza for television.” 

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He challenged the heads of new organizations, “far left politicians,” and “members of the highly partisan Unselect Committee of Democrats who refuse to delve into what caused the January 6th protest” to debate him.

Trump continued:

“While I am willing to do it, they will never agree because they cannot argue that facts in states including Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, New Hampshire, and others such as New Mexico, where the Democrat Secretary of State changed the voting laws without legislative approval just prior to the election, making it virtually impossible for the Republican presidential candidate to win.”

It appears he had no takers.

Do you such a debate would be a "ratings bonanza"?

Trump has repeatedly claimed that the 2020 election was “stolen” through widespread fraud. However, several recounts and legal challenges did not alter the results of the election or find evidence of widespread fraud.

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