- President Donald Trump has endorsed his projected election victory over Joe Biden in the state of Alaska
- The US president is now more confident than ever that he will record additional victories in more states
- President Trump has called on election observers to monitor counting rooms due to his suspicions of counting fraud
President Donald Trump has reacted to his predicted win over Joe Biden in Alaska as more projected election results of the US presidential elections emerged.
Trump in a tweet on Thursday, November 12, said it took long enough for his projected win in Alaska to be reported.
The president also questioned why the results in North Carolina were taking so long.
Trump who sounded bullish over the projected results in Alaska, said he is confident that with a recount in Georgia, he will emerge victorious in the state.
The president further stated that he will win the presidential poll in Pennsylvania and Michigan.
However, Trump's claims were flagged by Twitter as containing disputed statements about the US presidential election.
The official results of the US presidential election have not yet been announced
Briefly.co.za had reported that the US president was projected to have defeated the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden in Alaska, according to a CNN update of the US presidential results.
The news channel stated that the Republican candidate won the three electoral college votes at stake in the state, taking his projected electoral college votes to 217.
Reuters also reported that Edison Research projected on Wednesday, November 11, that Trump had won Alaska.
In another news, the state of Georgia in the United States of America is set to conduct a full by-hand recount of presidential ballots, its secretary of state has announced.
Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said the margin in the tight presidential race between incumbent Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden who is leading was too close to call and as such a recount will determine the real winner.
The Georgia secretary of state's announcement came amid alleged vote-stealing claims from Donald Trump and his allies who have declared the 45th US president "won" the election.
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