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Trump Hammers Feckless Fraud-Denier Brnovich for Debate No-Show

'I just want to thank you all, you’re an incredible group. I heard Blake was the person that showed up and I want to thank Blake... '

(Alex Tien, Headline USA) Donald Trump continued to make his presence felt in conservative politics over the weekend, making an appearance at Blake Masters‘ rally where he condemned Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich over his mishandling of Arizona’s questionable practices during the 2020 election.

Masters, who is running as an Arizona Senate candidate, challenged the attorney general to a debate where he might explain to his Republican citizens why he has yet to acknowledge the fraud that happened in Arizona during the election, reported 100% Fed Up.

Masters, a venture capitalist, questioned the AG office’s handling of an investigation into the 2020 election, where President Trump lost Arizona by a slim margin of 10,457 votes to Joe Biden. Many Trump’s supporters believe that Brnovich’s role could potentially lead to a reversal of Trump’s loss.

Unsurprisingly, the RINO attorney general did not show up for the debate, and he even refused to respond to the invite. His absence was filled by Trump, who stepped away from a wedding in Florida to call into the event.

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“I just want to thank you all, you’re an incredible group. I heard Blake was the person that showed up and I want to thank Blake,“ Trump said via phone call to an excited crowd.

Trump went on to attack Brnovich for taking the ‘middle path’ in regards to the election. The attorney general has continually refused to admit that any fraud happened and has only stated that the investigation was still ongoing, nearly five months later.

Trump said of Brnovich: “He found all sorts of things, but he didn’t want to do anything about it.”

Trump’s phone call will certainly intensify speculation that Masters could gain Trump’s endorsement in the toss-up race, where his support could prove to be a deciding factor.

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