Lara Trump Hit With The Cold, Hard Truth After Latest Reality-Denying Election Claim

Donald Trump's daughter-in-law claimed the 2020 election "is not over." Twitter users pointed out that in fact, it is.

Lara Trump was fiercely criticized Friday after her latest reality-denying declaration that the 2020 election “is not over” and that President-elect Joe Biden would not be taking office next month.

“We’re fighting all the way to the very end,” Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, who is married to the outgoing president’s son Eric Trump, told Fox News host Sean Hannity.

“I want to make it very clear to the American people. This is not over,” she continued. “So, don’t for a second think that Joe Biden is going to be sworn in on January 20th.”

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Lara Trump made a similar claim to Fox News host Martha MacCallum on Monday as the president and his allies continued to baselessly claim that because of purported mass voter fraud, the election was rigged and Donald Trump actually won. (Again: He did not.)

“I still think that the president will get four more years in office,” she said. “I think it will be the next four years because this thing is far from over.”

MacCallum shot down Lara Trump’s suggestion then, and Twitter users took her to task Friday over her latest comments. Some even likened them to the famous Black Knight scene from 1975 movie “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.”

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