The head of state wants his competitor to prove that вЂњhis ridiculous вЂњ80 million votesвЂќ were legally obtained.
The current U.S. President Donald Trump said that Joe Biden will become president of the United States only if he proves that he received 80 million votes in a fair manner. He wrote about it on Friday, 27 November, on his Twitter page.
вЂњBiden can only enter the White House as president if he can prove that his ridiculous '80 million votes' were not obtained illegally or fraudulently,вЂќ Trump wrote.
He also claimed that several states had allegedly experienced election fraud.
вЂњIf you look at what was going on in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Milwaukee вЂ” a massive electoral fraud вЂ” he has a big problem that can't be solved! вЂ” Trump added.
Shortly after publication, Twitter marked Trump's entry as containing controversial allegations of election fraud.
As reported, Biden won the presidential election with 306 votes to the College of Electors with the required 270, while Trump received 232 votes.
However, the current head of the White House refuses to admit defeat and insists that massive voter fraud was allowed.
At the same time, after a number of supporters' statements about the Republican Party, Trump nevertheless ordered to start the process of transferring power to the Democrat.