As the Washington Post reported:
Part one of an excerpt from “I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year.” Part two can be found here. Leonnig and Rucker will discuss this book during a Washington Post Live event on July 20.
Finally, Election Day had arrived. The morning of Nov. 3, 2020, President Trump was upbeat. The mood in the West Wing was good. Some aides talked giddily of a landslide.
Several women who worked in the White House arrived wearing red sweaters in a show of optimism, while some Secret Service agents on the president’s detail sported red ties for the occasion. Trump’s voice was hoarse from his mad dash of rallies, but he thought his exhausting final sprint had sealed the deal. He considered Joe Biden to be a lot of things, but a winner most definitely was not one of them. “I can’t lose to this f—— guy,” Trump told aides.
Well he did lose and he lost because he didn’t ‘fix’ anything, instead he screwed the world and his supporters. He is lucky he stole his father’s money, because otherwise, this loser would be on the streets looking for pennys.