November 29, 2020
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, insisted that there was electoral “fraud” and assured that Joe Biden will be able to enter the White House only if he proves that his votes were legitimate.
“Biden can only enter the White House as president if he can prove that his ridiculous“ 80,000,000 votes ”were not obtained fraudulently or illegally. When you see what happened in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Milwaukee, a massive vote fraud, “said Trump from his Twitter account.
Although Donald Trump hinted for the first time that he would leave office if the electoral college votes for Democrat Joe Biden, at the same time he reiterated that there was “fraud” in the elections on November 3.
“I certainly will, and you know it,” he told reporters about whether he will leave the White House if Biden is voted into the electoral college, acknowledging, albeit implicitly, his defeat in the election.
Despite the multiple lawsuits of the Trump campaign, state courts have already certified Biden’s victory and on Friday a federal appeals judge dismissed his last resort in Pennsylvania by ensuring that there is no evidence of fraud.
The results place Biden with 306 electoral votes compared to 232 for Trump. Once confirmed that Biden exceeds 270, the president-elect will inaugurate his term in a ceremony in front of the Capitol on January 20.