'This is total fraud and how – the FBI and Department of Justice, I don't know, maybe they're involved – but how people are allowed to get away from this with this stuff is unbelievable,' Trump told Fox News' Maria Bartiromo in his first interview since Election Day.
'This election was rigged,' he told the 'Sunday Morning Futures' host.
Trump spewed off on the election results in the over-45-minute interview where most of his answers spanned several minutes and repeated claims he has already made over the past weeks on Twitter.
The president claimed without any evidence during the interview that even 'most Democrats' believe 'election fraud' led to Biden's win.
The president also told Bartiromo there's 'no way' Biden earned more votes than Barack Obama in his two presidential elections.
He also stated the U.S. will never have another Republican president, senator or representative elected if they allow Democrats to get away with 'stealing' the election for Biden. Trump suggested that Democrats now know how to 'cheat' the system effectively and will have their candidates win from now on.
'If Republicans allow it to happen, you'll never have another Republican elected in the history of this country, at a Senate level or at a presidential level… or at a House level,' Trump said, referencing the GOP accepting the election results.
'Mail-in voting is a total disaster,' he added, insisting this medium was the way Democrats were able to 'rig' the election.
Trump insisted that he can prove the voting machines were used by Democrats to fraudulently win the election for Biden – but he did not yet offer any solid evidence.
Trump then blamed the media for portraying his lawsuits and case against the election results as voice of any evidence.
'We don't have freedom of the press in this country. We have suppression of press,' Trump said. You can't have a scandal if no one reports about it.'
'They make it like we don't have evidence, we have evidence all over the place,' he told Bartiromo.
He went on to tell the Fox News host that she is 'brave' for interviewing him and talking about election fraud on her shows.
Trump finally broke his media silence by joining Bartiromo for his first interview since losing to Joe Biden – 26 days after the election.
On Thanksgiving Day Trump answered his first question from a reporter since the election, indicating for the first time directly that he would vacate office if the Electoral College ultimately votes for Biden.
He made sure to clarify that he is still not conceding that Biden did win as the president continues to launch legal battles in key swing states that went blue this year.
'Certainly I will, and you know that,' Trump replied when asked about leaving the White House if Biden is declared the winner on December 14.
'I will and, you know that,' he proceeded to add.