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President Donald Trump gave a winding interview to the far-right outlet The Daily Caller in which he accused Florida election officials of cheating at the mid-terms and Amazon of cheating the postal service. He also maintained that he can strip reporters of credentials if he doesn't like them.
Trump has given several interviews recently as multiple media outlets report the White House is in incredible disarray and that the president himself has increasingly isolated himself and fallen into a "funk."
Speaking with The Daily Caller, founded by Trump devotee Tucker Carlson in 2010, Trump attacked Broward County Supervisor of Election Brenda Snipes accusing her of stealing the U.S. Senate race there and of committing voter fraud, though there's no evidence of that. As votes were counted slowly in Broward and Palm Beach counties, the original tally of votes in Florida saw the gap close to about 12,500 votes.
"The Republicans don't win and that's because of potentially illegal votes, which is what I've been saying for a long time," adding, "I've had friends talk about it when people get in line that have absolutely no right to vote and they go around in circles. Sometimes they go to their car, put on a different hat, put on a different shirt, come in and vote again."
Ironically, most experts believe Governor Rick Scott will win a recount in his race for the Senate over Democrat Bill Nelson.
Trump also maintained Amazon is stealing from the Post Office by delivering its own products. He added that he respected Amazon's decision to seek incentive deals for its new headquarters in New York and Crystal City, though.
Furthermore, Trump defended pulling a press pass from CNN's Jim Acosta, even though conservative outlets like Fox News have joined a lawsuit saying that violated First Amendment protections for the press.
And most of all, he maintained that his White House did very well despite losing the House of Representatives in the midterms.
"I mean, the truth is, every place I went, we either won or did well or did really well," Trump said.