Trump says he expects to receive a 'great reception' at World Series Game 4 in Georgia because he 'did tremendously' there in the 2020 election, which Biden won

Trump, the former President of the United States, said he would receive a "great welcome" at World Series Game 4 this Saturday.
Trump stated Friday that he had done "extraordinaryly" in Georgia, despite losing it to Biden.

The ex-president continued to make unsubstantiated claims about "election fraud" in state.

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Trump, the former President of the United States, plans to travel to Atlanta to see Game 4 in the Major League Baseball World Series between Atlanta Braves & the Houston Astros. He noted that he expected a great reception from the crowd since he did "really well" in Georgia last year's presidential election despite losing the state.

Trump claimed that he would be welcomed warmly by Southerners during a Friday appearance on "The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show," conservative talk radio. He continued to make unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud almost a year after the November 2020 elections.

The former president stated that "tremendous, tremendous and terrible things happened in terms if that election, as well as election fraud, frankly." "But we did tremendously here in Georgia, so I believe we'll get an amazing reception."

Last fall, President Joe Biden beat Trump in Georgia by 11,779 votes. Out of almost 5 million votes cast, Biden received 2,473,633 vote, or 49.5%. Trump received 2,461,854 votes or 49.2%.

Trump was easily defeated in suburban Cobb County by Biden, who won with a margin of 56%-42%.

Trump expressed his gratitude to Rob Manfred, the MLB commissioner, and Randy Levine, the New York Yankees' President. He wrote via Twitter, that he was happy to attend the game.

The former president stated that he was looking forward to attending the World Series in Atlanta tonight. "Thanks to Rob Manfred, the Commissioner of Baseball, and Randy Levine, the great New York Yankees, who invited me." Melania and me look forward to a great evening watching these two amazing teams!

Terry McGuirk, Atlanta Braves CEO, stated Wednesday to USA Today that Trump would not sit alongside the team and MLB officials. He also said that Trump would be seated in an exclusive suite.

McGuirk said that McGuirk called MLB to ask him to attend the game. "We were shocked. "We were very surprised.

The MLB stated that Trump requested to attend the game on Saturday in a statement to Yahoo Sports.

The Braves currently lead the World Series by 2-1.

Trump had earlier this year asked his fans to boycott baseball after the league moved its All-Star Game to Colorado from Georgia. This was to protest the controversial state's voting law, which was not popular among corporate executives.

The former president was furious at the MLB's surrender to the Democratic Party.

He stated that "Baseball has already lost tremendous numbers of fans and now they leave Atlanta together with their All-Star Game because of Radical Left Democrats who don't want voter I.D. to have any connection with our elections."

He said: "Boycott Baseball and all of the woke corporations that interfere with Free and Fair Elections. Are you listening Delta, Coke, and all?

Delta and Coca-Cola, two US corporate giants, were vocal opponents to the new voting law. This angered conservatives, who claimed that the new rules were meant to secure elections. They also disputed the persistent Democratic claims of voter suppression.