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“I don’t think California is a Blue State,” says 45th President Donald Trump in interview by California Globe

The California Globe recently received an opportunity to conduct a one on one interview with 45th President Donald Trump. The interview was conducted in Los Angeles while the former President was visiting the state for business matters. Here are the things the former President Donald Trump had to say about the State of California.

“I happen to think California is one of the most corrupt states in the nation for election fraud. When they send out 20 million ballots basically they don’t have any voting rules, right? They send out everything and they have no idea where they are going.” President Donald Trump said criticizing the State of California. The former president said this in reference to the bill signed by Governor Gavin Newsom in 2021 which allows the registered California voter to receive a ballot mailed to them ahead of the elections.

Trump at a MAGA rally

In accordance with the Californian Secretary of State, as of April 8, 2022, there are 26,948,297 eligible California voters and 22,004,006 registered Californian voters. Trump further goes on to express his opinions on how he does not believe that California is a Blue State.

“I don’t believe California is a Blue State. I think California if there were fair elections in the state, California is a very even state and maybe would even be a Republican State. When the Democrats sent out over 20 million ballots, there is no way a Republican can win in the state. Because they are as crooked as can be,” Trump said.

Trump says that Democrats won in California only due to voter fraud

The former President further goes on to talk about how the elections are manipulated in the State of California and thus it is almost impossible for him to win in the State of California and that the Republicans should not stand for it. “The first thing I was told when I decided to run in 2015 is ‘don’t waste any time in California.’ I did one rally and I’m telling you, I had 100,000 people there And I said ‘this is not a blue state.’ But I never went back. And I was told ‘you’ll lose by anywhere from 7 to 10 million votes.’ So I said, ‘this is crazy.’ It’s only because the process is so corrupt,” Trump said. He added saying, “And this is a corrupt election, and many of the states in our country are corrupt, and I think I proved two things in doing what I’m doing: We have horrible borders and horrible, corrupt elections.”

Former President Donald Trump also discussed about how well he did in Texas and Florida. “Look at how well I did in Texas and Florida with Hispanics. I have record numbers. I won the border of Texas that’s never happened before. It’s mostly Hispanic and I won it.” Trump said.

Trump was advised against campaigning in California in 2016 presidential run

The gist of the interview revolves around the fact that the state of California has a very corrupt election system. Throughout the interview, the former President talks about how he won the 2016 elections in almost every state except California. They further talk about ballot harvesting and how one person could cast multiple votes. “And many people got two, three, four or five ballots! I’ve seen this on television. And people say to me ‘I got five ballots.’ It’s a disgrace ” said Trump.

The former President even speaks about how he feels the Democrats cheated in the 2020 elections and won by fraudulent means. “What the Republicans do is allow it to happen without a fuss. The Democrats would go crazy if they were on the receiving end of mailed ballots, ballot harvesting, and funny business with elections,” said Trump. After the elaborate scandal regarding the 2020 presidential elections, Trump has been hell-bent on bringing down the Democratic governance in America. Trump even talks about how he thinks electing Joe Biden was one of the biggest blunders in American history.

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Things you may not know about Donald Trump

Donald John Trump Born on 14th June 1946 is an American politician and a businessman. He is the founder of Trump Media & Technology Group. Trump was the 45th President of the United States of America. He is a member of the Republican party. He also co-produced and hosted the reality TV show The Apprentice.


After graduating from the Wharton School with a bachelor’s degree he became the President of his father’s real estate company and renamed it The Trump Organization. He diversified the business by entering the construction industry, he also had many side ventures. The Former President made many misleading statements and claims during his presidency and promoted many conspiracy theories. He later went on to call this deception a way of doing politics.

Trump at a Save America rally

Trump served as the President till he lost the 2020 presidential elections to Democrat Nominee Joe Biden. Former President Donald Trump’s political agendas have been described as populist, protectionist, isolationist and nationalist. Many of his comments and actions have been shown to display racism he has also been claimed to believe in white supremacy and many as misogynistic. He first started his political career when he tried running for the California and Michigan primaries but later dropped out. Donald Trump even considered running for the presidency in 2011 against then-President Barack Obama but later announced that he won’t contest in the elections that year but later ran in the 2016 elections and won.






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