Donald Trump continues to insist election was stolen

Donald Trump continues to insist election was stolen
Fecha de publicación: 
9 November 2020
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Trump supporter demands bar-b-que, beer and Donald Trump for four more years. Photo: AP

U.S. President Donald Trump has once again raised claims of electoral fraud after he lost to Democrat challenger Joe Biden, calling the November 3rd presidential vote a "stolen election."

Trump took to his official Twitter account on Sunday and claimed that the Democrats "stole what they had to steal” from the recent presidential election.  "We believe these people are thieves.  The big city machines are corrupt.  This was a stolen election.  Best pollster in Britain wrote this morning that this clearly was a stolen election, that it’s impossible to imagine that Biden outran Obama in some of these states," the Republican president said.

Trump also claimed without providing evidence that he had “over a hundred million mail-in ballot” in cities like Philadelphia and Detroit.  

Trump lost the U.S. presidential race to Biden by a huge margin of electoral votes after the former vice president won a total of 290 electoral votes compared to his Republican rival’s 214.

Biden declared himself the winner in the presidential election after several news networks called him victorious in Pennsylvania and Nevada, where ballot counting still continues.

The U.S. president also claimed in a tweet that he had won the 2020 election "by a lot.”  Trump promised to file numerous lawsuits starting on November 9 to dispute the results of the election, citing alleged violations.

The eldest son of Trump has reiterated his father’s claims about electoral fraud in the election, calling on the president to “go to total war” with the aim of exposing such alleged irregularities.

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