Donald Trump’s new ‘From the Desk of…’ website CRASHES shared claim Arizona rigged election result

Former President Donald Trump‘s new website ‘From the Desk of…’ crashed on Saturday evening after he shared a claim on his site that the Arizona election result had been rigged by voter fraud. 

Conservative news website The Gateway Pundit reported that From the Desk of Donald Trump crashed shortly after the former president issued a statement claiming Arizona’s election results were fraudulent 

It is also unclear why Trump’s website crashed and whether the site was hacked. So far no statement has emerged on whether it was attacked, or just fell down as the result of an IT malfunction.

Trump had previously stated that the southwestern state would be the first to undo the ‘rigged’ 2020 election after a recount in Maricopa County conducted by the Florida company Cyber Ninjas.  Arizona’s recount started late last month after the state’s Republican-led Senate hired a Florida company to conduct the audit.   

Trump's new 'From the Desk of...' website crashed after he repeated false claims that the election was 'rigged' including the state of Arizona

Trump's new 'From the Desk of...' website crashed after he repeated false claims that the election was 'rigged' including the state of Arizona

Trump’s new ‘From the Desk of…’ website crashed after he repeated false claims that the election was ‘rigged’ including the state of Arizona

Doug Logan, the CEO of Cyber Ninjas, was overseeing the audit despite the company having no experience working elections.  

Logan had previously spread outrageous conspiracy theories that a company tied to Hugo Chavez, the long-dead Venezuelan dictator, rigged voting machines against Trump.

The audit, which was expected conclude on Friday, only looked at votes cast in the presidential and U.S. Senate races, which were won by Democrats. 

As far as his new website is concerned, Trump launched the new communications platform on earlier this month in order to get around his social media bans by allowing supporters to share his statements on Twitter and Facebook. 

The website, which is essentially a blog, only allows Trump to upload content and does not allow users to interact.  

The website, which is essentially a blog, only allows Trump to upload content and does not allow users to interact. It was down early on Saturday evening

The website, which is essentially a blog, only allows Trump to upload content and does not allow users to interact. It was down early on Saturday evening

The website, which is essentially a blog, only allows Trump to upload content and does not allow users to interact. It was down early on Saturday evening

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