During a rally in Minden, Nevada, Trump predicted he would win reelection and carry Nevada, a state he lost narrowly in 2016.
“After that,” Trump said, “we’ll negotiate,” asserting that he’s “probably entitled to another four after that” based on “the way we were treated.”
The comments echo ones Trump made during a rally in Wisconsin in August, in which he stated he would win four more years and “go for another four years” because “they spied on my campaign,” likely referencing his unproven “Obamagate” theory.
I fully believe that he intends to do this. Every time Trump says something that's "not really supposed to be believed" or "could never really happen" he ends up sincerely trying to do it and his supporters change their tune to, "Trump is right to do it."
Thoughts? Any Trumpers want to skip the "its a joke brah" portion of this cycle and jump to the "Trump is totally correct" phase?
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