Donald Trump: Cancel the Election and Declare Me the Winner

On Thursday the delusional GOP presidential nominee told Ohio supporters that the election process is just a formality, since clearly he’s the winner.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2015
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2015 Ralph Freso/Getty Images

Donald Trump wants to end it all now and be declared the winner. He doesn’t care that he’s trailing Hillary Clinton in all battleground states less than two weeks from Election Day.

“Just thinking to myself right now, we should just cancel the election and just give it to Trump,” the Republican presidential nominee said during a rally in Toledo, Ohio, on Thursday, CNN reports.

“Her policies are so bad. Boy, do we have a big difference,” he said of Clinton.

It was a sharp turn for Trump, who has called the election rigged and argued that everyone, including the media, politicians and debate moderators, has attempted to destroy his run for the White House.

CNN reports that not only is Trump trailing in every major poll, but there isn’t even a conceivable way that he could amass enough support to gain the Electoral College votes needed to win the presidency.

After his delusional rant about ending the election now and declaring himself the winner, Trump returned to what he does best: bashing his rival.

“Who is more low energy, Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton?” Trump asked the crowd.

“Hillary!” replied most of the crowd.

The comment was a dig at both Clinton and Bush, the early favorite to win the GOP presidential nomination. During the primary, Trump often mocked Bush for “low energy,” a remark that is now being directed at Clinton as Trump claims that the Democratic nominee doesn’t have the “strength or stamina” to serve as president.

Read more at CNN.

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