Every President, not some Presidents or even a couple of Presidents have walked away from interviews especially when the content is redundant. Now, so far as lies, one so called journalist alluded to when Trump invariably says, “everyone likes it” or “everyone will like it” it is considered a lie but beyond that, as many times as I have asked someone on this forum to give me a list of those lies I have yet to have anyone produce them. Yeah, one fellow here did try and I went bullet for bullet with him and proved every single one incorrect. Now, do understand that the sitting President or even a person running for ANY office has every right to contest a vote. Al Gore did it against Bush and nothing much was said about it. In this circumstance when so many flaws have been found especially in this particular election, if I were in the running I too would have contested the vote and probably more vehemently than D. Trump did. The bottom line is that the folks calling for the President to simply shrug his shoulders and move along had and have more to lose than just the election as does this sitting President. Whatever is Constitutional I am all for no matter who is in the running. Along that line, you’ll note that every time a Republican has taken the vote, Democrat Reps and Senators have objected to the electors but were in an uproar when it was announced a week or two ahead of time that there were going to be objections by the Republican congress people. Such an uproar does make me a tad suspicious about this whole capital building debacle. Surely, it is reasonable to believe that the Democrats had much more to lose if those objections would have been allowed to continue. As it was, because of the violent part of the protests, the debates were halted and the rest is history. By the bye......It is very, very nice “talking” to you. Your opinions and mine do not have to be the same but a good dialog goes a very long way with me and is much appreciated.