Millionaire conspiracy theorist says Donald Trump will be 'back in office in August' after lawsuit

The chief executive of a pillow company says he has uncovered evidence that will see Donald Trump sitting back in the White House by August.

Mike Lindell, a staunch supporter of the former US President whose win in 2016 Lindell called a "divine appointment", said on Friday (US time) he would reveal all in an upcoming lawsuit.

"All of the evidence I have, everything that is going to go before the Supreme Court and the election of 2020 is going bye-bye," he told the War Room: Pandemic podcast, hosted by one of Trump's former strategists, Steve Bannon.

He claimed, without evidence, last year's election of Democrat Joe Biden was "an attack by another country - communism coming in". 

"I don't know what they're going to do with it after they pull it down but it's going down Donald Trump will be back in office in August."

It's not clear what evidence, if any, Lindell has collected. Trump and other Republicans filed dozens of lawsuits to try and overturn the election result in the courts, but every single one that's had a result to date has failed.  Lindell has previously alleged voting machine companies conspired to rig the election. 

A week after the election, US cybersecurity officials said it had been the "most secure in American history". 

"There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised" the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council said in a statement.

Then-Attorney-General William Barr, appointed by Trump, also said there was no evidence of any fraud. 

Lindell, who has also promoted fake treatments for COVID-19, is facing a $2 billion defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems, which operates voting machines used in several states.

Bannon was previously charged with money laundering and mail fraud in relation to a private attempt to build some of the border wall Trump promised. He was pardoned by Trump before he left office in January. 

Lindell's unsubstantiated claims of a rigged election saw him and his company MyPillow booted off Twitter in January. He has started a new social network, Frank, which he says will launch in April.