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Donald Trump falsely alleges that Joan Rivers cast her vote for him in 2016, despite her passing away two years earlier.

Donald Trump falsely claims Joan Rivers voted for him in 2016 despite her death two years prior

Former President Donald Trump is making headlines once again, this time for claiming that the late comedian Joan Rivers voted for him in the 2016 election. The only problem? Rivers passed away two years before the election took place.

In a recent interview with journalist Ramin Setoodeh for his book “Apprentice in Wonderland,” Trump confidently stated that Rivers, who appeared on his reality TV show Celebrity Apprentice in 2009, was a Republican supporter and voted for him in the 2016 election. However, this assertion is impossible, as Rivers died at the age of 81 in 2014.

The interaction between Trump and Rivers during Melissa Rivers’ appearance on Celebrity Apprentice was reportedly tense, with Trump recalling how Joan vehemently defended her daughter during her time on the show. Despite the drama, Trump seemed to have a fond memory of their time together.

Setoodeh, the journalist behind the revealing interview, expressed concerns about Trump’s cognitive abilities, noting that the former president seemed to struggle with the timeline of recent events. This raises questions about Trump’s fitness for another potential presidential run in 2024.

As Trump gears up for a possible rematch against President Joe Biden, criticisms about his mental acuity continue to surface. Even First Lady Jill Biden weighed in, questioning Trump’s ability to remember details and form coherent sentences.

With Trump’s controversial statements and questionable recollections making headlines once again, the political landscape remains as turbulent as ever. Stay tuned for more updates on this ongoing saga.

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