MYPILLOW CEO Mike Lindell is convinced Donald Trump "will be president again in six months" and bring about the "greatest rebirth in US history."
In an article published on Tuesday, the businessman echoed unfounded claims the 2020 election would be overturned as he heralded Trump's Oval Office return in less than a year.
During the Rolling Stone interview, Lindell claimed: “Six months from now, Trump will be our real president and our country will be heading toward its greatest rebirth in history."
“Trump won 80 million to 68 million," he added later, claiming this would be confirmed when all 50 states are audited like Maricopa County, Arizona.
President Biden beat Trump by 7 million votes in a 81 million-to-74 million victory.
Lindell insisted there was proof of voter fraud orchestrated by the Chinese Communist Party.
Although allegations of election fraud were debunked, the MyPillow founder's beliefs are common in the GOP.
Almost a third of Republicans believe a farfetched conspiracy theory that Trump will be "reinstated" as president by the end of the year, a poll has found.
The survey, conducted by Politico/Morning Consult, found that 29percent of self-identified Republicans believe it will be very or somewhat likely that Trump will reassume the role of the commander-in-chief by the year's end.
Still, a decisive majority said they didn't believe the claims, with 39 percent saying they thought it was "not likely at all" and 22 percent said it was "not very likely."
More than eight in 10 Democrats — 84 percent — and 70 percent of independents also dismiss the notion of Trump's potential return.
All in all, 19 percent of the 1,990 registered voters surveyed for the poll said it was either “somewhat likely” or “very likely” Trump will be reinstated.
The survey's findings came just over a week since a New York Times journalist reported that Trump has been telling supporters he expects to be reinstated as president by August.
Meanwhile, Trump himself hinted at an "important project" he's working on last Friday after repeatedly teasing his 2024 comeback.
"I turned down two book deals, from the most unlikely of publishers, in that I do not want to do such a deal right now," he in the statement.
"I’m writing like crazy anyway, however, and when the time comes, you’ll see the book of all books."
He then teased something "important" that is currently in the works, noting: "Actually, I’ve been working on a much more important project right now!"
Trump met with GOP leaders on Thursday for strategy talks as he stokes rumors he is eyeing a presidential run in 2024.
The Republican Study Committee (RSC) huddled with Trump at his New Jersey golf club in Bedminister, New Jersey, to discuss the party’s policy agenda and make plans to regain the majority in Congress.
SC Chairman Jim Banks told the New York Post that Trump's potential presidential bid was not discussed but that members of the group are supportive of his 2024 ambitions.
The agenda they presented to Trump was reportedly modeled on his own policies while in office.
Banks said that the group's policy commits to furthering Trump’s agenda and the former president said he would hit the campaign trail for candidates following his messaging ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
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