He. Just. Can't. Let. It. Go.
President Trump apparently went back into "voter fraud" mode yesterday during a bipartisan meeting of U.S. Senators meant to shore up support for Trump's nominee for SCOTUS, Judge Neil Gorsuch.
Reporters were allowed in the room, but it was after the journalists were escorted out that Trump went on another rant saying he'd have won the popular vote in the presidential election if not for fraud.
As soon as the door closed and the reporters allowed to observe for a few minutes had been ushered out, Trump began to talk about the election, participants said, triggered by the presence of former New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte, who lost her reelection bid in November and is now working for Trump as a Capitol Hill liaison, or “Sherpa,” on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch.
The president claimed that he and Ayotte both would have been victorious in the Granite State if not for the “thousands” of people who were “brought in on buses” from neighboring Massachusetts to “illegally” vote in New Hampshire.
According to one participant who described the meeting, “an uncomfortable silence” momentarily overtook the room.
Trump also teased Ayotte by saying, "You’d have won if you’d been on my train."