One thing for certain: The man knows how to stay on message.
Seven months after losing the presidential election, ex-President Donald Trump still mpushes for states like Michigan to review the votes so that he can be declared the winner.
"Has the Michigan State Senate started their review of the Fraudulent Presidential Election of 2020 yet, or are they about to start?" Trump wrote in a statement Friday morning.
He falsely claimed "a dump of 149,772 votes came in to the State of Michigan" on the morning of Nov. 4, a day after the election, The Detroit News reports, adding:
The Michigan Senate's Oversight Committee spent months probing the election, but its chairman, Sen. Ed McBroom, acknowledged this week that he found no evidence of widespread fraud that would prove "vast conspiracies of vote switching or manipulation of software."
Trump lost to Biden in Michigan by 154,000 votes. He only got 5 percent of the vote in Detroit, an improvement over the 3 percent he pulled there against Hillary Clinton in 2016.