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Trump says 'it was my decision' to attempt to overturn the 2020 election and insists he wasn't acting based on lawyer advice.
Donald Trump took ownership for his actions following the 2020 election
It was my decision. But I listened to some people,' he said in a Sunday interview
Ex-President also said he doesn't lose sleep over the idea of going to jail, claiming: 'I don't even think about it'
Donald Trump says it was his call to take actions to try and reverse the 2020 presidential election results in a bombshell new claim where the ex-President takes ownership for his actions.
The stunning new admission reveals that Trump was not acting on the advice of lawyers, which could impact the multiple lawsuits against him involving his efforts to overturn President Joe Biden's victory.
Trump offered some of his most extensive reactions to what happened on and after January 6, 2021 during an interview with NBC News where he told new Meet the Press host Kristen Welker that he was the one driving the efforts to reverse his reelection loss.
He later added: 'It was my decision. But I listened to some people.'
Donald Trump took ownership for his actions following the 2020 election attempting to overturn President Joe Biden's victory© Provided by Daily Mail
In fact, Trump said that there were administration officials and campaign lawyers telling him he lost the election and to accept that, but he ignored their input, saying he 'didn't respect them.'