AN ADVISER to former President Bill Clinton said that Joe Biden will be viewed as an “imposter” and claimed that the election was rigged against Donald Trump.
Political strategist Dick Morris, 74, slammed the president-elect as a “transparent fraud” and a “usurper” in comments made to the conservative TV channel Newsmax.
Dick Morris slammed Joe Biden as an ‘impostor’ and claimed the election was rigged against President Donald Trump[/caption]
“We may have a situation with the president of the United States is a transparent fraud, in which he’s a usurper, an impostor, and we may have to live with that for four years,” Morris said.
Biden won both the popular vote and the Electoral College in the 2020 presidential election – which President Trump and his campaign team have claimed was the result of voter fraud.
Elections officials have repeatedly said there is no evidence of voter fraud that would alter the results of the election and Trump’s legal challenges have repeatedly been struck down, including by the Supreme Court.
“Let’s at least understand who did it to us, and why they did it, and trace it back to China and the other actors who did this,” Morris said.
Biden won both the popular vote and the Electoral College in the 2020 presidential election[/caption]
Trump and his supporters have claimed without evidence that Biden won as the result of voter fraud[/caption]
Morris, who worked as Clinton’s 1996 reelection campaign manager, resigned hours before President Clinton gave his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention, Washington Post reported.
At the time, it was revealed that Morris had allowed a Virginia prostitute named Sherry Rowlands to listen in on private conversations with the president.
Rowlands recounted hearing Morris discuss the Whitewater scandal with the president after the phone was answered by Hillary Clinton who went to retrieve her husband.
“When [Bill Clinton] came back he sounds really mad …. and he said, ‘Look, Dick, I would prefer you not use this phone anymore. You can understand Hillary is upset, my wife is not well, you know with all this Whitewater trial and everything, she is not well,’” Rowlands said.
“You know the regular lines, do not call the private residence anymore.’ And he was embarrassed and he said, ‘I’m sorry, sir’ and hung up.”
The scandal involved an investigation into real estate investments made by the Clintons and associates Jim and Susan McDougal which failed.
When the land deal failed, Jim McDougal bought a small savings and loans association and defrauded it for millions of dollars – and accusers claimed the Clintons were in on the conspiracy, Vox reported.
The McDougals were later convicted of fraud and Jim McDougal turned on the Clintons – claiming they were in on his schemes.
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As president, Clinton later pardoned Susan McDougal before leaving office, ABC reported.
The Whitewater scandal ultimately led to the Clintons having a reputation as “secretive schemers” by republicans, according to Vox.