“Fhi a fraudulent vote “, proclaimed Trump, while speaking via videoconference to several Republican senators during the Pensilvânia.
This state, predominantly Republican and one of the most important in the Electoral College, certified on Tuesday the victory of the Democratic candidate and now President-elect Joe Biden.
The certification of results, in optics of Trump, only cement the electoral fraud perpetrated by Democrats and, therefore, it is necessary to “reverse this election”.
However, little by little, the still US head of state is becoming more isolated in the unfounded accusations of attempting to tamper with the presidential results.
The transition between administrations that was being blocked by current executive, who supported the decision on the groundless belief that the presidential result was fraudulent.
“In our country’s best interest, I recommended Emily [Murphy, responsável da Administração dos Serviços Gerais dos EUA] and their team to do what has to be done in relation to the initial protocols [de transição de administrações], and told my team to do the same, “wrote Trump on the social network Twitter late Monday night.
However, the still US head of state did not admit defeat in the presidential elections and considered, in the same tweet, that there is still a chance of reversing the electoral results.
“Our case continues strongly, we will keep the fight going and I believe we will prevail,” explained Donald Trump.
As several states, especially those that Biden managed to ‘turn around’ and who are ‘of great weight’ within the Electoral College, such as, for example, Georgia and Pensilvânia, announced the Democrat’s victory, Trump’s candidacy intensified the unproven allegations of electoral fraud.
Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States.