President Trump gave a Thanksgiving address from the Oval Office to the troops, Thursday, discussing alleged election fraud that occurred in key swing states as well as announcing a Saturday rally in Georgia.
President Trump expressed his certainty that the 2020 election was rigged against him.
"It was a rigged election, 100%," he said. "This election was a fraud."
"I won that by hundreds of thousands of votes, everybody knows that. You go down the streets and there were Trump, Pence signs all over the place," The President said.
The President told a reporter, when asked, that he would in fact leave the White House if the Electoral College elected Joe Biden.
"If the Electoral College does elect President-elect Joe Biden, are you not going to leave this building?" a reporter asked Trump.
"Certainly I will, and you know that," the President replied.
Trump also announced that he will be holding a rally in Georgia Saturday night.
"I'm going with Saturday night. I'm going to be in Georgia. We're going to have a tremendous crowd," Trump said.
During the question and answer portion of the address a reporter interrupted President Trump inaudibly to which Trump fired back.
"Don't talk to me that way, you're just a light weight, don't talk to me that way," Trump snapped at the reporter.
The reporter persisted in his interruption of the President.
"Don't ever talk to the President that way," Trump raised his voice in response.
The President also discussed his suspicions regarding how ballots were handled in swing states as well as made claims against the legitimacy of Dominion Voting.
"You have Dominion, which is very very suspect to start off with. Nobody knows the ownership. People say the votes are counted in foreign countries," Trump explained.