President eating hot dog at NBA game/An Austin Grubb and Michael Scott creation/ © 2020 michaeljscott.net
Opinion: Donald Trump set his Republican wolves on Gov. Doug Ducey for crossing him. That he still wields that kind of power is worrisome.
By Elvia Díaz | Arizona Republic
(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.)
You’ve got to give it to the guy. He’s got enough people dangerously spellbound by his election-fraud ploy to collect $150 million to $170 million in less than month so he can stay at the center of American politics.
Related: Sinema among Arizona Democrats who haven’t heard from Gov. Ducey about COVID-19 restrictions
Through a flood of emails since Election Day, Trump keeps insisting that he won reelection and needs money to keep fighting “the most corrupt” electoral process – one that stole the election from him.
But now we know that most of the money isn’t going to fight his baseless claim of election fraud. In fact, 75% of every contribution is going to a new political action committee, while the other 25% is going to the Republican National Committee, according to The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Trump knows many believe his lies