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At Long Last, Donald Trump Finally Admits: 'We Didn't Win'

This was the first time since the presidential election more than seven months ago that Donald Trump has conceded to his successor Joe Biden. But he also ominously warned, “Let’s see what happens on that.”

18/6/2021 8:00:00 AM

This was the first time since the presidential election more than seven months ago that Donald Trump has conceded to his successor Joe Biden . But he also ominously warned, “Let’s see what happens on that.”

Amid a rambling, off-the-rails phone interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News , former President Donald Trump finally admitted a critical fact: “We didn’t win.” It was the first time since the presidential election more than seven months ago that Trump has conceded to his successor, President Joe Biden . Biden also won the Electoral College 306-232.

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This isn’t his first concession. It’s just the first time media is covering it. Talking about it earlier didn’t suit their narrative, I guess.

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