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An attendee at the Alabama Trump rally said she wanted Trump to reveal that he was still president, echoing the conspiracy theory that grips the Republican Party

Summary List PlacementAn attendee at the "Save America" rally in Cullman, Alabama, on Saturday, told a news reporter she was hoping that Donald Trump would reveal that he is still president of the United States. Moments before the former president was due to speak at the event, the woman told the Right Side Broadcasting Network in an interview that she believed Trump "never left" the White House in the first place.  "He's already here. He never left. He's the 19th president of the Republic," the woman, who was not identified, said. Read more: Mo Brooks was booed by Trump rally attendees after...

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An attendee at the “Save America” rally in Cullman, Alabama, on Saturday, told a news reporter she was hoping that Donald Trump would reveal that he is still president of the United States.

Moments before the former president was due to speak at the event, the woman told the Right Side Broadcasting Network in an interview that she believed Trump “never left” the White House in the first place. 

“He’s already here. He never left. He’s the 19th president of the Republic,” the woman, who was not identified, said.

Read more: Mo Brooks was booed by Trump rally attendees after he told them to move on from 2020 ‘election theft’

When asked what she hoped Trump would speak about during his speech, she responded: “I want him to address when he’s gonna come forth and say: ‘I am,’ so that everybody will wake up and we can get this country back. The constitutional republic of 1776.”

“And it will happen soon because God is in this and God wins,” she added.

Watch the interview below:

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Trump’s “Save America” rally drew thousands of maskless attendees to Cullman even though officials declared a state of local emergency several days ago due to the sharp rise in coronavirus cases.

On Friday, Dr. William Smith, chief medical officer for Cullman Regional, told CBS42 that he views the rally as “a potential super-spreader event.”

“We’ve seen an increase in patients since that event last weekend and we’re concerned we could see the same impact,” Smith said, according to CBS42. 

The conspiracy theory Trump will be reinstated as president, popular among , stems from the false claims still being pushed by some Republicans that the 2020 election was rigged.

A recent poll showed that 3 in 10 Republicans still believe the conspiracy theory that Trump will be “reinstated” as president this year.

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