US President Donald Trump has refused to accept any loss on his side even before counting is over.
In his Wednesday November 4th noon speech, Dr. Trump who appeared stressed and at the same time angry, said there was massive electoral rigging against him and which must be stopped.
He falsely claimed victory even as he appeared to be suffering loss after another in major US States which Joe Biden was reclaiming with massive numbers.
Earlier in the day, the former Us Vice President Joe Bidden had already said he was winning the election and asked his supporters to keep faith because this thing was coming home thick and fast what Trump rubbished as just another wishful thinking from a failure.
“Frankly, we did win this election,” Trump said after claiming he was winning several battleground States where votes were still being tallied but what Biden maintained this cannot be over until it is over.
We feel good about where we are. We believe we are on track to win this election.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 4, 2020
And when things started turning upside down, President Trump then quickly went public on media to address his supporters by calling for the exercise to stop with threats to walk to the American Supreme Court to challenge the outcome which he felt he was unfairly losing even before final tallies.
“This is a fraud on the American public,” Trump said without providing any paper, audio or video evidence to support the claims.
He was crying foul even as more votes still stood to be counted in the electoral proposes that saw millions of Americans turn out to send him packing. Voting was largely conducted through online platforms due to Covid-19 pandemic.
— Robert Alai (Fisherman), HSC (@RobertAlai) November 4, 2020
For Trump he had started taking major battlegrounds, Florida, Ohio, and Texas turning Biden hopes into just dreams on paper. Biden, on the other hand, remained optimistic about taking the White House by claiming three key ‘Rust Belt States’.
According to Citizen Digital, Biden(77) was expecting to win ‘Bue wall’ votes in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pensylvania States that catapulted Trump(74) to the White House in the last 2016 general elections. Hope was there due to the Obama’s intimidating energy that kept calling for historic reclamation of America.
“We feel good about where we are. We believe we are on track to win this election,” Biden said in his home state of Delaware as supporters chanted his name and blew horns of hope.