Making a further concession of defeat even as he railed against the “rigged” vote, Donald Trump said that he would leave the White House if Joe Biden is officially confirmed as the winner of the US Presidential election 2020.
Donald Trump has made an unprecedented attempt to defy the results of the election by denying to concede, spreading wild theories about stolen ballots and launching baseless legal challenges that have been thrown out by courts across the country.
Answering his first questions from reporters since the November 3 vote, the president moved closer to accepting that he would serve only one term in office before Biden is inaugurated on January 20.
When asked by reporters if he would leave the White House if the Electoral College confirmed Biden s victory, Trump said, “Certainly I will. And you know that.” But “if they do, they made a mistake,” Trump said, adding that “It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede.”
It must be noted that, The Electoral College, which determines the White House winner, will meet on December 14 to certify Biden’s victory, with Biden receiving 306 votes to Trump s 232.
Donald Trump said about the results “This was a massive fraud,” again without providing any evidence during his remarks to reporters on Thursday, the Thanksgiving holiday.
Donald Trump described the US voting infrastructure as “like a third-world country.”
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