Former President Donald Trump is writing a new book about the 2020 Presidential elections titled ‘The Crime of the Century’ for reasons he cited as “historical”. Winning Team Publishing announced Monday that it will publish former President Donald Trump’s book The Crime of the Century, which details Trump’s baseless claims that widespread voter fraud cost him the election in 2020. The announcement made no mention of a release date.
“NEW BOOK ALERT: CRIME OF THE CENTURY by President Donald J. Trump! More details coming soon at 45books.com.” -read a Tweet by the Winning Team Publishing House.
2020 “heist” was the “greatest crime of the century”
On Saturday, Trump teased the book at a rally in Austin, Texas. The formalized paraphrase “The “2020 election heist” was “one of the greatest crimes in our country’s history.” Unfortunately, the prosecutors are unwilling to take action “Trump stated. “This is the century’s most heinous crime. I’m actually working on a book called The Crime of the Century about it,” he continued.
Trump criticized the integrity of the election for more than an hour at an event in Austin, comparing the US voting system to France’s traditional approach, which uses only paper ballots and prohibits absentee and early voting. He suggested that voters in the United States had been tampered with while in storage.
“I mean, it starts so early and then they want to finish late, right?” Trump said. “This is the greatest hoax, heist. This is one of the greatest crimes in the history of our country. And sadly, the prosecutors don’t want to do anything about it.” -he said.
“This is the crime of the century. I’m actually writing a book about it called ‘The Crime of the Century” -he continued, adding, “I don’t think you’ll enjoy it. You’ll be very depressed when you read it, but we want to have it down for historic reasons.”
Donald Trump’s unproven claims of widespread voter fraud have been debunked by an overwhelming number of endorsements from voting experts and officials, as well as multiple US courts and federal agencies, including the Department of Justice, that the 2020 presidential election was fair.
One of Trump’s main claims is that there were thousands of cases of voter fraud in six swing states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, which Biden won by a total of 311,257 votes. However, an Associated Press investigation in 2021 discovered only 475 possible instances of voter fraud among the 25 million votes cast in those states. All of Trump’s and his supporters more than 40 lawsuits challenging the election have also failed.
Trump has previously used the title of the book he plans to write — “crime of the century” — to describe the outcome of the 2020 election. However, he has also used it to describe other incidents involving him, such as his impeachment and an allegation that Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign “exploited” internet traffic to gather information on him.
Trump is rallying Republican voters in order to deliver a GOP wave in the November midterm elections
Former President Donald Trump blasted Democrats on a variety of issues, including inflation and immigration, during a rally in Austin on Saturday, urging conservative supporters to help the Republican Party retake control of Congress in the November midterm elections.
On Saturday, Trump praised several of his Texas endorsements, including embattled Attorney General Ken Paxton, whom Trump described as “a fighter like no other” and who is facing Land Commissioner George P. Bush in a GOP primary runoff this month.
“I ask you to get ready to work, get ready to fight, get ready to win — and win like never before,” Trump said to a crowd of thousands at the Austin Convention Center. “Together, we will take back the House, we will take the Senate, and we will take back our country.”
The former president also reaffirmed his support for Sen. Dawn Buckingham’s bid for Texas Land Commissioner, former state Sen. Pete Flores’ bid for re-election to the Legislature, Phil Sorrells’ bid for Tarrant County District Attorney, and Frederick Frazier’s bid for House District 61.