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DONALD Trump claimed the 2020 election was a "scam" in a speech on Saturday night.

"They say, 'Run in 2024, sir. You’re gonna win,'" Trump said, impersonating his advisors at the rally in Arizona. "And I say wait a minute, I just won six months ago."

"We have to hold those that are responsible for the 2020 election scam. It was a scam," he claimed. "Greatest crime in history."

The former president stopped short of announcing his plans for a political comeback in 2024.

In his speech, he also admonished Democrats and President Biden.

“Joe Biden and the radical Democrats are wrecking our nation,” Trump said. “I don’t even believe it’s him. I don’t think Joe knows where the hell he is.”

Read our live blog below for all the latest news and updates...

  • WHAT DID TRUMP SAY AT THE ARIZONA RALLY?

    At the Arizona MAGA rally, Trump repeated his claims about the presidential election being "stolen" from him.

    In his speech, he admonished Democrats and President Biden.

    “Joe Biden and the radical Democrats are wrecking our nation,” Trump said. “I don’t even believe it’s him. I don’t think Joe knows where the hell he is.”

  • TRUMP CLAIMS HE'S 'OK WITH IT' IF HE LOST

    "If I lost the election, I'm okay with it," Trump said at a rally on Saturday.

    "I'll go home. I'll start building buildings. I'll do something to keep myself busy."

    "If I lost this election, I could handle it pretty easily. When they steal it from you and rig it, we have to fight. We have no choice," Trump added.

    "And it starts right here with the amazing patriots of Arizona."

    There is no evidence that the election was stolen from Trump, who lost the state of Arizona by less than 11,000 votes when President Joe Biden became the first Democrat to win the state since 1996.

  • TRUMP CALLS MITCH MCCONNELL AN 'OLD CROW'

    "Mitch McConnell, the old crow," Trump said about the Senate Minority Leader at the Phoenix, Arizona event.

    The former President talked of how he endorsed McConnell, only for the then-Senate Majority Leader to later blame Trump for the violence on January 6.

    "He was two down, and he was gonna get blown away... and then he got up and said the nastiest things about me. That's the way politics is, I guess," Trump said.

    "You know you endorse somebody...it's one of those things," Trump added.

  • TRUMP SET SIGHTS ON MIDTERMS IN 2022

    "We won the most important election in 2016. We did more than any other administration has ever done, and we did it quickly. We're not going to let it be taken away from us," Trump said at the Phoenix, Arizona rally.

    "The 2022 midterms are the next phase of the battle, and we will not stop there. We will keep on going until we have made America great again."

    "With your help, we will take back the House, take back the Senate, and we will take back that beautiful, gorgeous White House."

  • SOCIAL MEDIA SHOWS LONG LINES FOR TRUMP EVENT

    Trump's rally in Phoenix, Arizona appeared to draw many audience members, according to accounts on social media.

    "There is a VERY long line waiting to see President Trump tonight in Phoenix..." the Right Side Broadcasting Network claimed on Twitter.

    Conserative political activist Jack Posobiec also shared a video and wrote, "12 hours before the Trump rally and already people in line fired up here in Phoenix."

  • TRUMP SLAMS THE 'LAMESTREAM MEDIA' AT ARIZONA RALLY

    "Far worse than Big Tech is the Lame-stream media," Trump said at the rally.

    "We can give them a statement that's so accurate and so proven, and they write it the opposite."

    "The media doesn't report the news anymore," he claimed. "They only report bad things about us and make it worse...and good things about them, and they make it better."

    Donald Trump calls for recounting of ballots for Maricopa County election at Turning Point Action event in Phoenix

    "If there's anything bad about the other side, they don't want to talk about it," Trump went on to say.

    "Look at Hunter Biden. They don't want to talk about it. Can you imagine if that were a Republican?"

  • TRUMP CLAIMS IMMIGRANTS ARE 'DESTROYING OUR COUNTRY'

    Trump blamed Biden for the immigration crisis at a rally on Saturday.

    "The flood of illegal immigrants is also placing a crushing burden on our cities," Trump said.

    "There's so many of them. Many of them can't speak English."

    "Our country can't afford it. Our system is breaking down. You can't afford it," he added.

    Trump claimed immigrants are coming from Yeman, Haiti, the Middle East, and Africa.

    "Our country is not – no country is set for that," Trump said. "They are destroying our country."

  • ARIZONA SEC OF STATE TELLS TRUMP TO 'MOVE ON'

    Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs advised Trump to "move on" in a video message on Saturday.

    "Like most grown-ups, take your loss and accept it and move on," she said.

    "Nothing that's going on here is going to change the outcome, and this is nothing more than being a sore loser."

  • TRUMP SLAMS 'WOKEISM' OF US WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM AFTER OLYMPICS LOSS

    At the "Rally to Protest Our Elections" in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday, Trump claimed: "Wokeism makes you lose, ruins your mind, and ruins you as a person. You become warped. You become demented."

    "The US Women's Soccer team is a very good example of what's going on."

    "Earlier this week they unexpectedly lost to Sweden, three-to-nothing, and Americans were happy about it."

  • TRUMP CLAIMS HE WON ARIZONA

    "We won the state of Arizona, and we won it decisively," Trump claimed at the rally.

    In reality, Trump lost the state of Arizona by less than 11,000 votes as Joe Biden became the first Democrat to win the state since 1996.

  • TRUMP SENT A FUNDRAISING EMAIL HOURS AHEAD OF RALLY

    Trump sent out a fundraising email just hours before he took the stage on Saturday in Arizona.

    "You’ve been dedicated to our movement to SAVE AMERICA from the very beginning and to thank you, I’m offering YOU a spot on the Official Trump Honor Roll," the email read.

    "Spots on the Trump Honor Roll don’t come around often. I can only save yours until the end of the day before I’m forced to offer it to the next Patriot in line," the email went on.

    "Please contribute $25 or more IMMEDIATELY to claim your spot on the Official Trump Honor Roll."

  • TRUMP PROMOTES BIG TECH FREE SPEECH LAWSUIT

    Trump praised his lawsuit against the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter, and Google, inviting members of the audience at the Arizona rally to join the class action suit.

    "We will keep on fighting until we've reclaimed the freedom of speech," Trump said.

    "We can go after them, and let's see what happens," he said.

    Trump has been inviting potential plaintiffs to join the lawsuit since announcing it earlier this month, since a class-action suit allows someone to sue someone else on behalf of a group of people.

  • TRUMP SAYS THE 'RADICAL LEFT' HAS THEIR WAY 'ON EVERYTHING'

    "The RINOs are letting the radical left have their way on everything," Trump said, referring to a nickname used for Republicans In Name Only.  

    He spoke specifically of Sen Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Rep Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, among others.

    "These weak Republicans are worse than Democrats," he added.

  • 'GREATEST CRIME IN HISTORY'

    "They say, 'Run in 2024, sir. You’re gonna win,'" Trump impersonated his advisors at the rally.

    "And I say wait a minute, I just won six months ago."

    "We have to hold those that are responsible for the 2020 election scam," he added.

    "It was a scam. Greatest crime in history."

  • WHAT DID REP KINZINGER SAY ABOUT BEING APPOINTED TO CAPITOL ATTACK COMMITTEE?

    Rep Kinzinger released a statement on July 25 about joining the committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol.

    Kinzinger did not mention Trump in his statement, although he has previously placed blame for the attack on the former president.

  • TRUMP BLAMES MIKE PENCE FOR ELECTION LOSS

    "I only wish that my friend Mike Pence had that additional courage to send the results back to the legislatures because it all happened so quickly," Trump said of the 2020 election.

    "They schemed in this plan for four years," he said, apparently referring to Democrats. "It all happened so quickly."

    "When you have more votes in some places by a lot than you have voters, I think Mike would have had the right to say, 'Excuse me, we have more votes than we have voters, so would you take a look at it?'"

    "I wish he did that," Trump lamented.

  • TRUMP CLAIMS BIDEN DOESN'T KNOW 'WHERE THE HELL HE IS'

    "Remember, I am not the one trying to undermine American democracy. I'm trying to save it. I'm trying to save it," Trump said at the rally.

    "Our country is being destroyed by people who have no right to destroy it. People that won an election illegally, people that should not have been elected. They lost in a landslide." 

    "Joe Biden and the radical Democrats are wrecking our nation," Trump said. "I don't even believe it’s him. I don't think Joe knows where the hell he is."

  • TRUMP CALLS CRITICAL RACE THEORY 'MARXIST'

    "Biden signed an executive order pushing toxic critical race theory into our schools and into our military," Trump said, adding that critical race theory is "Marxist theology."

    "It has no place in our schools, no place in our military, and no place in our country," he added.

  • TRUMP BASHES MLB'S CLEVELAND GUARDIANS NAME CHANGE AT RALLY

    Trump bashed the Cleveland Guardians' name change at the rally.

    The team recently changed their name from the Cleveland Indians.

    He echoed statements similar to those he made in a press release on July 22:

    "Can anybody believe that the Cleveland Indians, a storied and cherished baseball franchise since taking the name in 1915, are changing their name to the Guardians?"

    "Such a disgrace, and I guarantee that the people who are most angry about it are the many Indians of our Country. Wouldn’t it be an honor to have a team named the Cleveland Indians, and wouldn’t it be disrespectful to rip that name and logo off of those jerseys? 

    "The people of Cleveland cannot be thrilled and I, as a FORMER baseball fan, cannot believe things such as this are happening. A small group of people, with absolutely crazy ideas and policies, is forcing these changes to destroy our culture and heritage. At some point, the people will not take it anymore!"

  • TRUMP BIZARRELY MUSES ABOUT LEBRON JAMES BECOMING A TRANS WOMAN

    As Trump lambasted transgender rights in sports at the event, he set his sights on LeBron James.

    He suggested the famed basketball player may get "the operation."

    Trump launches bizarre attack on LeBron James during fiery Arizona rally
  • REPUBLICANS 'WON'T VOTE' IN FUTURE, TRUMP SAYS

    "You’re going to have Republicans that aren’t going to want to vote," Trump claimed at the event.

    "They’re gonna say, 'We’re not gonna let it happen again.’"

    "They’re not gonna work for you, and you’ve gotta get going," Trump warned Republican officials.

    "We don't have the luxury to sit back and wait until the next election." 

  • TRUMP PRESSURED ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL TO USE AUDIT 'FINDINGS'

    While Trump repeated his claims of voter fraud on Saturday, he said he hoped Arizona's Attorney General, Republican Mark Brnovich, would use the "findings" of the audit to "do what everyone knows has to be done."

    “If he doesn't do that, it would be so sad,” Trump said, referring to Brnovich.

    “And your governor, Doug Ducey, he will be of no help to you," Trump added.

    Brnovich is running for Senate in the 2022 midterms.

  • TRUMP: 'IF I LOST, I'M OK WITH IT'

    "If I lost the election, I'm okay with it," Trump said. "I'll go home. I'll start building buildings. I'll do something to keep myself busy."

    "If I lost this election, I could handle it pretty easily. When they steal it from you and rig it, we have to fight. We have no choice," Trump added.

    "And it starts right here with the amazing patriots of Arizona."

  • BIGGS: TRUMP WILL BE ‘BACK IN THE PRESIDENCY’

    “So when Donald Trump comes here before too very long, you and I will both know that in 2024 – if not sooner – Donald J. Trump will be back in the presidency returned to us…” Rep. Andy Biggs said at the rally on Saturday.

  • ONE OF TRUMP'S ELECTION CONSPIRACIES 'CITED BY A FEDERAL JUDGE'

    Reporter Scott MacFarlane, who has been covering the arrests and court cases of the people who were involved in the January 6 riot at the Capitol, commented on one of Trump's arguments.

    "This argument from Trump was cited by a federal judge to hold a Jan 6 defendant under more severe restrictions pending trial," MacFarlane tweeted, referring to Trump's insistence that he will be reinstated as the president.

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