- Trump who is seeking his second term in office alleged there was "vote stealing" as people cast ballots after polls were closed
- The Republican leader asked his supporters to prepare for celebrations as he had "won" in battleground swing states
- Biden on the other hand said he was optimistic of the outcome of the presidential elections and urged his supporters to be patient
United States of America President Donald Trump has cried foul even before the final presidential results are announced in the country.
The Republican leader who is seeking his second and final term in office said he will challenge the results in the Supreme Court as he alleged there was "vote stealing" through voting after polls were closed.
Speaking at the White House on Wednesday, November 4, morning, Trump asked his supporters to prepare for celebrations as he had "won" in battleground swing states despite Biden taking a lead.
"This is a fraud on the American public. As far as I’m concerned, we already have won," he said before adding:
"We' will be going to the US Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop. We don’t want them to find any ballots at 4 am in the morning and add them to the list."
The 74-year-old alleged Biden and his Democratic party were trying to "steal the election" but the vowed he would never allow them to do it.
The Republican leader claimed he took Pennsylvania by a tremendous amount adding he also won North Carolina, Georgia and Michigan, which were leaning towards him, but had not declared their final results.
As was earlier reported by Briefly.co.za, Biden, a former senator who served as the 47th US vice president under Barack Obama, is being favoured to win the election according to many online poll and predictions.
Biden said he was optimistic of the outcome of the presidential elections and urged his supporters to be patient.
"I am here to tell you tonight, we are on track to win this election. It will take a while and we will have to be patient until the hard work of tallying votes is finished. It is not over until every single vote is counted," he said.
"Keep the faith guys we will win this," he told his supporters.
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