Trump renews victory announcement, attacks recount, vows “big issues”


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Trump renews victory announcement, attacks recount, vows “big issues”

Current US President Donald Trump has posted a tweet announcing his victory in the US presidential election despite the victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, according to preliminary data.

“I’m the winner of the election,” Trump said.

Twitter questioned the veracity of Trump’s information and statements through his account, putting an alert on his tweets.

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“Big issues”


In another tweet, Trump said that major cases would be filed “showing the unconstitutionality of the 2020 presidential election.”

“There are many cases across the country that are not ours, but the cases of people who witnessed horrific electoral violations.”

“Our big cases that show the unconstitutionality of the 2020 elections will soon be brought, and we will present the things that have been done to change the outcome,” he said.


The Public Services Administration’s decision not to recognize Biden’s victory prevented the president-elect and his team from reaching out to government agencies and obtaining funding normally needed for the next administration to ensure a smooth transition.

The T-rump campaign has filed lawsuits demanding that election results be annulled in several states without success.

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Legal experts say there is little chance that these claims will change as a result of the November 3 elections, According to Reuters.

“There is no evidence of significant irregularities,” democratic and Republican election officials said.

The recount is being conducted manually in Georgia, where Biden is expected to win by more than 14,000 votes.
Patrick Moore, legal counsel for the Biden campaign, said that “the recount in georgia’s presidential election has not changed the total vote “almost negligiblely,” and that the process has provided no evidence of widespread wrongdoing in this crucial state or any indication that Biden may be defeated.”

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Trump: Recount “trick”


T-rump also wrote that a complete recount of Georgia’s electoral votes was a “hoax.”

He said: “Doing a great job in Georgia, recounting is a hoax, and it means nothing. “Prohibited fraudulent signatures must be disclosed, by decree, and approved is considered stupid and unconstitutional.”

President Donald T-rump’s campaign has filed a lawsuit to stop counting in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, and the suit alleges that a Republican observer saw a polling officer take unprocessed postcards from a back room and mix them into processed cards pending scheduling.

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T-rump supporters rally continues


The political stalemate that delays the transition to hand over leadership to President-elect Joe Biden’s administration continues as thousands of Trump supporters pour into the streets of the capital.

Former Vice President Biden and his advisers have been watching with his advisers in studying cabinet appointments in his administration, receiving congratulatory calls from world leaders, and formulating policies after he is sworn in on January 20, and is expected to continue his meetings with his advisers on Sunday.

In contrast, The Republican Trump refused to concede defeat and continued unsubstantiated allegations of manipulation, which disrupted the usual procedures for preparing for a new administration.

The “Make America Great Again The Million” called by the Trump campaign attracted large numbers of flag-waving supporters to downtown Washington last Saturday.

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T-rump tweeted: “Hundreds of thousands show their support in d.C. They will not be silent on corrupt fake elections.”


Most of the estimates for participation, however, were well below trump’s.

Biden received 306 votes in the electoral college that determines the winning president, according to the Edison Research Center, well above the 270-vote limit.

In the 2016 election, Trump won the same number of votes for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and described his victory as “overwhelming” even though she received more votes than in the popular vote.

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Biden also beat Trump in the popular vote, although a few states still count edited with 5.5 million more votes than Trump.

Aides said Trump and his advisers discussed possible media projects that would keep him in the spotlight ahead of a possible bid for the 2024 presidential race.

But his public allegations of fraud have prevented Biden and his team from accessing government funding and facilities normally available to the new president to ensure a smooth transition of power.

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