- Donald Trump has not relented on his daily barrage of tweets claiming massive voter fraud in the US election
- His latest claim is that 100 000 000 mail-in ballots were not properly authenticated and accused the Democrats of stealing the election
- He did not mince his words and claimed the country suffered from a history of election problems
- Twitter has continued to flag his tweets warning people that his claims of election fraud are disputed
Almost like clockwork, Donald Trump released a series of tweets. Once again he has accused the Democrats of perpetrating voter fraud and outright called them thieves.
He doubled down on his claim that the election was stolen and added that he had affidavits confirming that voter fraud took place.
He cited mail-in ballots as the problem and that they were not properly authenticated going on to said that were over a hundred million mail-in ballots in cities like Philadelphia.
Twitter has continued to flag his tweets with a warning that links to an article which explains that voter fraud is very rare:
"Voter fraud of any type is incredibly rare in the US, according to The Associated Press and Reuters"
He tagged @JonathanTurley in his tweet and Jonathan Turley echoes Trump's calls for greater scrutiny of the voting process due to a history of premature election calls which were incorrect.
On Saturday night media outlets shared the news that they had predicted that Joe Biden had won the election based on the electoral votes he had received, with the hotly contests state of Pennsylvania flipping over to the Democrats and giving Biden the lead and majority.
However, the official result has not been released and the earliest we can expect that is on the 14th of December, until then there may be a number of recounts and courts cases with a slim possibility of Trump retaining his presidency.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that President Donald Trump has controversially declared himself as the winner of the US presidential election ahead of any official announcement.
Trump who made the declaration on Saturday, November 7, via Twitter, suggested that he won the election by a large margin.
In other news, the US president-elect, Joe Biden, is full of gratitude to the American people for choosing him to be their next leader.
Biden, who served as the 47th vice president of the United States under Barack Obama from 2009 to 2017, thanked all Americans from the bottom of his heart.
In a series of tweets on his official Twitter handle, he called on everyone to join hands with him in making America great again.
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