Pranksters claimed a Trump 2024 campaign website domain that labels Trump a ‘loser’

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  • A pair of pranksters took over the domain and gave it subheadings including “Trump Lost” and “Trump Is a Loser.”
  • The stunt was carried out by Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler, who call themselves “The Good Liars” on Twitter.
  • Earlier this week, President Donald Trump allowed the transition process to begin for President-elect Joe Biden, though he has continued to claim victory. Biden received 306 electoral votes, while Trump received 232.
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Pranksters claimed the domain and plastered it with messages including “Trump Lost the Election.”

Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler, a comedy duo also known as “The Good Liars,” said on Twitter on Wednesday that they had the domain name.

The website resembles President Donald Trump’s legitimate website,, but has subheadings that mock his defeat in this year’s election, including “Trump Lost” and “Trump Is a Loser.”

Bloomberg reported on Thursday that 10 days after the election, Trump told his national security advisor, Robert O’Brien, along with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence, that he might run again in 2024.

“If you do that — and I think I speak for everybody in the room — we’re with you 100%,” O’Brien responded, while Pence and Pompeo remained silent, Bloomberg said.

Trump tweeted on Monday that he had instructed the General Services Administration to begin the transition to President-elect Joe Biden’s administration. But he subsequently tweeted that he would “never concede.”

Biden received 306 electoral votes to Trump’s 232, making Trump only the fourth president to lose reelection since the end of World War II. Biden is also expected to have defeated Trump by more than 6 million votes.

Selvig and Stiefler have carried out other political stunts, such as switching covers of Donald Trump Jr.’s book, “Triggered,” for ones that said “Daddy, Please Love Me” and interrupting the president’s speeches.

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