1) He won’t have to concede (say he lost).
2) He will have the ultimate grievance mantra for his cable network/cable commentator role to replace “Obama was born in Kenya”. As he says it, it could “take years” to find out who won, by which he really means it will be the new grievance that fuels his right wing communication enterprise: not “you’re fired”, but “I was (“illegally”) fired”.
3) He is hoping to throw considerable dust into the numerous lawsuits over his business and finances by claiming political motives and that the effort to “oust” (i.e. vote) him from office was in order to prosecute him in the courts.
I agree that, despite the above reasons, Trump out of office will be primarily considered a heckler who will try to scream louder to be heard above the other voices. He will have to wear the heavy coat, whether he wants to or not, of responsibility for the monumental mismanagement of the pandemic (hence the need for a sideshow as necessary congressional investigations are launched). He will say he was the genius behind any vaccine that is developed. I’m just pointing to the shallow, banal, corrupt reasons he is willing to try to discredit the legitimacy of a presidential election….
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