President Trump addressed a packed crowd in Georgia Monday night just hours before voters head to the polls; saying the most “unhappy person in the United States” is most likely Hillary Clinton.
“You have to -by law- get approval. The Secretary of State made this horrible decree in Georgia. It was only approved by your local judges. You can’t do that. That’s true with all states. Thousands of votes are missing,” said the President.
“We don’t know how to run our elections. The most unhappy person right now anywhere in the United States is Hillary Clinton. She’s asking the Democratic Party, ‘why didn’t you do this for me?’” he added.