US President Donald Trump has said he will “certainly” leave the Oval Office if the Electoral College verifies Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 race, but still refused to concede allegations of widespread fraud.
“It will be a very difficult thing to concede because we know that there has been massive fraud”, Trump said at a White House press event Thursday, adding that although it would be a “fault” for the Electoral College to certify Biden’s victory, they would accept the decision.
When asked if he was conceding, the president replied: “No, I can’t say that at all,” only agree to admit defeat after a winner is officially certified.
It was massive fraud, it should never happen in this country, we are like a third world country.
Trump has repeatedly called for ubiquitous presidential election fraud, highlighting alleged irregularities in the postal voting system – more heavily favored this year amid the pandemic – as well as glitches and alleged backdoors in software voting, and misconduct on the part of local election officials.
While a number of media outlets have declared Biden the winner after securing the 270 delegates needed to win, the Electoral College will not meet to certify the result until mid-December, giving Trump weeks to push further news. legal challenges challenging the results in a key momentum. States. The president warned on Thursday that there would be “There is a lot going on by January 20th” referring to the day of the inauguration, suggesting that he would continue his battle in court.
Owen responds to President Trump who gave an unusually short speech today.
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