White House host Donald Trump has called the United States a third world country because of the electoral system. He stated this during a press conference, reports The Hill.
вЂњWe are like a third world country,вЂќ Trump emphasized, commenting on the voting infrastructure in the United States. He went on to insist that the elections were rigged and the American votes cast for him were not counted.
Earlier, the American leader promised that he would leave the White House if the electors vote for his opponent Joe Biden. вЂњIt will be very difficult to admit defeat,вЂќ he admitted, adding that the electors would make a big mistake by voting for a Democrat.
On November 3, 2020, the next presidential elections were held in the United States. The counting of votes and the proceedings on this issue are still ongoing. According to the media, Biden received the necessary number of electoral votes to win, thus beating Trump. The democrat has already proclaimed himself US President-elect. Trump, in turn, said that Biden was in a hurry to call himself the country's new leader.
The United States has a two-tier election system. On election day, voters in every state, when casting a vote for one of the presidential candidates, actually vote not for him, but for the electors. In this case, all votes from the state go to the winner. And already the vote of these electors held on the 41st day after the nationwide, finally identifies the new president.