Trump llama a Estados Unidos un “país del tercer mundo” mientras repite que ganó las elecciones

Mientras presentaba al luchador Dan Gable la Medalla de la Libertad en la Casa Blanca, Trump comparó sus récords, presumiendo que no ha tenido ninguna derrota.

lunes 07 diciembre 2020 19:03

Trump duplica su afirmación falsa de que “ganó dos” elecciones

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Donald Trump dice que va "2-0" en victorias electorales y llama a Estados Unidos "como un país del tercer mundo" mientras continúa desafiando los resultados de las elecciones presidenciales.

Mientras presentaba al luchador Dan Gable la Medalla de la Libertad en la Casa Blanca, Trump comparó sus récords, presumiendo que no ha tenido ninguna derrota.

"Ganó 117 partidos consecutivos y perdió solo uno, bueno, en política gané dos, así que tengo 2-0, y eso también es bastante bueno, pero veremos cómo resulta", dijo mientras el público reía.

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