TRUMP DECLARES HIMSELF WINNER OF US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AGAIN
Donald Trump has again declared himself the winner of the November 3 US presidential election in a new tweet.
“I WON THE ELECTION”, Trump wrote in a tweet on Monday morning, November 16.
Twitter immediately flagged the President's tweet saying,"Official sources call this election differently’.
Trump continued the theme of election rigging in three other tweets flagged by Twitter as ‘disputed claims’.
He then later tweeted that he was not going to concede as he planned to file ‘big cases’ soon.
Meanwhile, the Trump campaign in Pennsylvania on Sunday dropped a major part of a lawsuit it brought seeking to halt Pennsylvania from certifying its results in the presidential election.
Recall that the Republican candidate had on Sunday, November 15, acknowledged that Joe Biden won the US presidential polls.
He however claimed attempts to “steal votes” meant the election was rigged.
Biden, the US President elect and Kamala Harris, his Vice president elect, were projected winners of the election on November 10.
He has also appointed Ron Klain as his chief of staff.
Eons Intelligence recalls that just a day after the US presidential election, Trump claimed he had won, despite the fact that the final results have not been announced, a move that is unconstitutional.
He also threatened to go to the Supreme court to dispute the counting of votes.
The republican candidate had accused his opponents of electoral malpractice in the exercise.
According to him, his opponents are casting votes after polls are closed.
Sequel to this, a court in Georgia dismissed a lawsuit by the State Republican Party and US President Donald Trump’s campaign that alleged dozens of late ballots were added with on-time ballots.
The Court said it found that there was no evidence that the ballots referenced in the petition were received after 7:00 p.m. on election day, thereby making those ballots invalid.