Trump is reportedly turning on 'virtually every person around him'
President Trump is reportedly spending some of his final days in office "bitterly" turning on almost everyone in his orbit to the point that officials are now trying to evade the west wing.
As Trump continues his attempts to overthrow the election he lost to President-elect Joe Biden, Axios reports that he "turns on practically everyone around him" and "cares about anyone who refuses his Efforts or to give in to unfounded conspiracy theories ".
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The targets of his anger apparently include Vice President Mike Pence, about whom Trump allegedly complained that he was not "fighting hard enough". Pence's upcoming role as chairman of the Senate as a result of the 2020 election confirms what the president would consider the "ultimate betrayal" and "plays a huge role in Trump's mind," says Axios.
But it's not just pence, and Axios reports that Trump "is everyone in the blast zone," including White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Pat Cipollone, White House attorney.
"Top officials are trying to stay away from the west wing," writes Axios.
Trump, whose baseless allegations that the election was widespread electoral fraud, was shot down by Attorney General William Barr and others, has "turned to a ragged group of conspiracy theorists" to overthrow Biden's victory and meetings in the Oval Office The Washington Post reported earlier that it would not discuss "extreme measures" deemed "unconstitutional or otherwise impracticable" by White House officials. In the midst of these efforts, Axios writes: "We cannot stress enough how unsettled Trump officials are from the talks in the White House." Read more at Axios.
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