In a new interview on NBC’s ‘Meet The Press’ Trump discussed — for the first time — that multiple people had told him he had lost the election, but that it was his choice to push forward with the falsehoods.

The former president said he didn’t listen to his attorneys who told him he had lost the election because he didn’t respect them and that he “respected many others that said the election was rigged.”

He added, “You know who I listen to? Myself. I saw what happened.”

Trump is indicted over his attempts to overturn the election, including pressuring Georgia Secretary of State State Brad Raffensperger and another official to “recalculate” the numbers and “find” enough votes to let him win, as well as trying to install fake GOP electors in SEVEN swing States.

“That evidence has led to an overriding and straightforward conclusion: the central cause of January 6th was one man, former President Donald Trump, whom many others followed. None of the events of January 6th would have happened without him,” the committee’s final report states.

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