Donald Trump again refuses to accept defeat to Joe Biden, Tweets. I won the election


Trump has refused to allow the election, claiming he won. (File)


President Donald Trump again on Monday refused to acknowledge his loss to Democratic challenger Joe Biden, insisting that he “win” the November 3rd presidential election.

“I won the election!” Trump tweeted on Monday.

The tweet was flagged by the social networking site which read, “Official sources called this election different”.

The tweet wasn’t in capital letters, unlike earlier in the day when the same words were in capital letters.

“He won because the election was rigged,” wrote the Republican president on Twitter, repeating unsubstantiated allegations of electoral fraud.

Last week, the mass media declared Biden the winner of the presidential election after the 77-year-old former vice president exceeded the mandatory 270 votes of the 538-member electoral college.

However, Trump refused to allow the election, claiming he won.


Trump, who has 232 votes for the electoral college, has questioned election results in various states such as Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, Georgia and Arizona. He had requested a recount in Wisconsin.

He has filed a number of lawsuits in key states but has not provided evidence of his fraud allegations.

All of his lawsuits have so far been unsuccessful.

When 74-year-old Trump refused to allow the election, the transition team from Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris said the Trump administration will not be working with them on the transition.


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