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Alina Habba Casually Promotes Election Lie During Interview

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Alina Habba, a lawyer for Trump, implied that Donald Trump won the 2020 election during a discussion on Fox News.

However, viewers pointed out that Trump actually lost the election.

“It’s a crazy reaction to something everybody knew was gonna happen,” Fox News’ Jesse Watters said of the Supreme Court’s ruling which will allow Trump to remain on Colorado’s ballot.

“Do you know what it reminds of, Jesse?” Habba said. “Do you remember in 2016 and 2020 and you had these women ― they’re memes now ― of them crying when Donald Trump won?”

Habba’s statement was seen as an attempt to maintain the false narrative of election victory to please her boss.

“She has to say ‘and 2020’ real quick to maintain the big lie to keep the boss happy,” one X user wrote.

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