U.S. President Donald Trump is neither in a position to make up for his defeat, nor did Democratic rival Joe Biden tweet the first time he tweeted on Sunday, but accepted Joe Biden’s victory, but on Monday he reiterated that on November 3. ‘I only win’ the presidential election in Washington
US President Donald Trump is neither able to digest his defeat nor the victory of Democratic rival Joe Biden around his neck.
For the first time on Sunday, he tweeted and accepted Joe Biden’s victory, but immediately agitated. But on Monday, he repeated again that “I won” in the presidential election on November 3.
However, on this tweet, the tweet was tagged by the social networking site and it was written that “official sources commented on this election differently.” “He won the election because the election was rigged,” the Republican Trump wrote on Twitter, repeating baseless allegations of election rigging.
Last week, the 77-year-old former vice president was declared the election winner after the mainstream media won Biden by more than 270 of 538 constituency votes. Biden received a total of 306 votes. Despite this, Trump refused to accept election defeat, claiming he won.
Trump has 232 votes in electoral colleges and has contested election results in several states, including Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, Georgia and Arizona. He also called for recalculations in Wisconsin. They have filed lawsuits in major provinces but have provided no evidence to support their fraud claims.
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Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser Robert O’Brien has vowed that the administration will be “ transferred very professionally ” to Joe Biden, the country’s president-elect. In an interview, O’Brien admitted that Trump faces many challenges in court. O’Brien said there would be a very professional administrative transfer if Biden-Harris was the winner and things definitely seemed to be going in the same direction. There is no doubt about it.