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As Donald Trump visited Georgia to host a rally for both Republicans candidates in the U.S. Senate runoff races, there was a clear message from him: Please, don’t forget about me.

The President took the stage for possibility the last time during his time in office on Monday night. He ranted about the election results, along with baseless claims of widespread fraud and even said he won Georgia. In a desperate push to voters in the Peach state, Trump endorsed both Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, but kept the spotlight on himself a majority of the time.

“The fact is we won the presidential election, we won it big. And we’re going to win tomorrow,” Trump said at the rally Monday night. “The Democrats are trying to steal the White House. You just cannot let them steal the Senate.”

One target for Trump was the man next in-line for the presidency, vice president Mike Pence. A rare attack on a member of his own party and one of his biggest supporters. “I’m a little mad at you right now, Mike,” Trump said.

He went on to pressure Pence for his duty of overseeing the joint session of congress tomorrow. A last-ditch effort to overturn the result of the election.

“I hope Mike Pence comes through for us. I have to tell you. I hope that our great vice president comes through for us. He’s a great guy. Of course, if he doesn’t come through, I won’t like him quite as much.”

Trump enters the frame and there’s no telling if his word will impact the outcome. More than 3 million people have already voted in the Georgia runoffs, which shattered a previous turnout record for a special election in the state.

Listen to Pat’s entire thoughts on Trump’s Georgia rally below.