New book reveals Trump vowed to stay in White House, ‘I’ am just not going to leave’: As Exclusive
“I will not leave,” Trump told an aide, according to Haberman.
“We never left,” Trump told the others. “How can you go when you win the election?”
Trump’s insistence that he will not leave the White House, which was not reported before, added a new detail in the chaotic post-election period where Trump’s rejection to receive his defeat and many efforts to cancel the results of the election that caused January 6 to reach January 6, 2021 , attack on US capitol by pro-trap rioters.
Haberman’s book, “Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and The Breaking of America,” is being released on October 4.
The disclosure of the book came as investigators in the US Building and the Department of Justice to investigate Trump’s rejection to submit power after the 2020 election. The Committee for the Parliament to investigate January 6 was planning more hearing and final reporting reports, while the new federal investigator served Some former Trump aides with a court call.
Haberman, a CNN political analyst, Temphas covered Trump for the New York Times since the 2016 Presidential Campaign. His stories made him the target of Trump’s vitriol often on Twitter.
Haberman wrote Dat immediately after the November 3 election, Trump seemed to admit that he had lost to Biden. He asked the advisor to tell him that what was wrong. He cheated an advisor, said, “We do our best.” Trump told Junior Press Aides, “I think we have it,” seems to be almost ashamed of the results, according to Haberman.
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But at some point, Trump’s mood changed, Haberman wrote, and he suddenly told the helpers that he did not intend to depart from the White House at the end of January 2021 so Biden moved.
He was even heard asking the Chairperson of the National Committee of the Republic of Tea, Ronna McDaniel, “Why should I leave if they stole it from me?”
Trump’s oath, he will refuse to empty the White House that does not have a historical precedent, Haberman wrote, and his declaration makes the helpers uncertain for anything he might do next. The closest parallel may be Mary Todd Lincoln, who lived in the White House for almost a month after her husband, President Abraham Lincoln, was killed, the author said.
In public, Trump refused a question about whether he would leave the office. On November 26, 2020, he was asked by a reporter whether he would leave the White House if the election chose Biden. “Of course I will do it, and you know that,” Trump said in response, when he continued to spread lies about the stolen election.
An old reporter based in New York who Temphas worked for the two tea city tabloid newspapers, Haberman wrote that the post -election period Trump reminded his efforts to scratch his path back from the terrible financial strait three decades before, where he tried to continue to maintain all options are open as long as he can.
But Trump could not decide which way to follow after his defeat in 2020. Haberman wrote that he asked almost everyone about which choice would lead to success – including servants who carried a coke diet when Trump pressed the red button on his oval office desk.
The reporting given to CNN from the coming books also revealed new details about what people were doing around Trump after losing the election he rejected. Trump’s son -in -law, Jared Kushner, was reluctant to face Trump for the loss, according to Haberman.
When he pushed a group of maids to go to the White House and in short the President, Kushner was asked why he did not join themselves. Trump’s son -in -law equalized it with a death scene, Haberman wrote.