Fox News host Brian Kilmeade has some advice for former President Donald Trump: Stop whining about the 2020 election, admit you lost, and move on.

Kilmeade made his remarks on “Media Buzz” Sunday, telling host Howie Kurtz:

“I think that in life, you have to learn to lose. Hillary Clinton has to learn that. You know, Al Gore pretty much did learn that.

“And if you did, in fact, get screwed out of this election, put together an A-team list of lawyers — not the ones we witnessed — and show us the districts and show us how. I have not seen any of that.”

The co-host of the Fox morning show, “Fox & Friends,” added that “In life, we have to learn to lose, Democrats and Republicans.”

Kurtz asked Kilmeade:

“Is it anti-Trump by the media to report the fact that there is no significant evidence of widespread fraud?”


“It isn’t. Re-litigating 2020 is not helping the country.”

And yet that’s exactly what Trump did last week during the first anniversary of the Capitol insurrection he helped spark with comments he made the morning of January 6.

Speaking with One America News, Media Matters reported:

Trump claimed news would be emerging soon that “numerous states are going to be turned,” adding that “it’ll show they were won by me” and erroneously claiming he “won” Arizona.

Some have suggested Trump continues to cling to the fantasy he lost due to cheating because his massive ego won’t allow him to admit failure. If that’s the case, then the chances of him running again in 2024 would seem virtually nonexistent.

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