Monday, 16 November 2020

Donald Trump Rallies Supporters, Promises To File ‘Big Cases’ That Will Change Presidential Election Results

 


President Donald Trump is rallying his supporters behind his cause, promising that very soon, his campaign team will be filing lawsuits to challenge the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

President Trump presumptively lost the election after Democrat rival Joe Biden was projected to have won 306 electoral votes against the president’s 232. However, the incumbent and his campaign have refused to concede defeat in the election alleging that the election was illegitimate due to widespread rigging and voter fraud.

A number of lawsuits alleging voter fraud have been dismissed across the country for the alleged lack of evidence. Despite the apparent setbacks, President Donald Trump has used these cases to rally his supporters.

 The unorthodox president has claimed that most of these cases which are being filed across the country are not being done by his team. He said that the lawsuits in question are being filed by people who are aggrieved at the “horrible abuses” which occurred in the November elections.

Donald Trump Rallies Supporters, Promises To File 'Big Cases' 

He went on to reassure his supporters that his campaign will soon be filing “big cases” which will demonstrate the unconstitutionality of the recent elections.

Writing on social media platform Twitter, Trump said,

Many of the court cases being filed all over the Country are not ours, but rather those of people that have seen horrible abuses. Our big cases showing the unconstitutionality of the 2020 Election, & the outrage of things that were done to change the outcome, will soon be filed!

The president’s tweet received over 300 000 likes and over 76 000 retweets in just over 12 hours. The tweet also received over 52 000 comments with most of these supporting the president’s position.

With President Donald Trump refusing to concede defeat in the election and with the election results yet to be certified, the 2020 US elections are still to be concluded.

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