President Trump is planning to hold rallies similar to the Make America Great Again events that will focus on his campaign legal fights against election fraud. During the events, Trump is expected to highlight the multiple instances in Pennsylvania where deceased citizens somehow had ballots cast in their name.
At the events, President Trump is predicted to show specific obituaries of multiple deceased voters who cast votes in the Keystone State. Allegedly the Trump team has also created a “campaign-style media operation.”
The team led by Trump communications director Tim Murtaugh is now a surrogate messaging center. It will pump out “regular press briefings, releases on legal action and obviously things like talking points and booking people strategically on television,” one adviser said.
Trump’s formal legal team includes 2020 campaign manager Bill Stepien, lawyer Justin Clark, and senior advisers Jason Miller and David Bossie.
Reps. Jim Jordan and Scott Perry, as well as former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, are also advising.
Trump’s team claims there is “no daylight” between them and the White House — chiefly senior adviser Jared Kushner and current Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
Ballot recount teams in battleground states are being announced by the Trump team. In Georgia, Doug Collins who made a run for the state’s Senate seat will lead the recount team.