‘We're like a third-world country’: Trump says he will leave White House, if Electoral College certifies ‘rigged’ election results
“It's going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,” Trump said at a White House press event on Thursday, adding that while it would be a “mistake” for the Electoral College to certify Biden’s win, he would accept the decision.
Asked if he was conceding, however, the president replied: “No, I can’t say that at all,” only agreeing to admit defeat after a winner is officially certified.
This was a massive fraud, this should never take place in this country, we’re like a third-world country.
Pool: President Trump says he “certainly” will leave the White House if the Electoral College certifies Biden’s win.He went on to liken America to a third-world country. pic.twitter.com/YhiBm52963— Anders Hagstrom (@Hagstrom_Anders) November 26, 2020
Trump has repeatedly claimed pervasive fraud in the presidential election, pointing to alleged irregularities in the mail-in ballot system – more heavily favored this year amid the pandemic – as well as glitches and alleged backdoors in voting software, and misconduct by local election officials.Also on rt.com ‘Why wouldn’t they overturn an election?’ Trump claims huge step of nullifying Biden’s victory justified by Dems’ alleged ‘fraud’
But despite filing a spate of lawsuits across the country, the Trump team has yet to substantiate those charges, with most of the cases thrown out of court.
While a number of media outlets have declared Biden the victor after he secured the 270 delegates needed to win, the Electoral College won’t meet to certify the result until mid-December, giving Trump weeks to push further legal challenges disputing outcomes in key swing states. The president warned on Thursday that there would be “a lot of things happening between now and January 20th,” referring to Inauguration Day, suggesting he would continue his battle in the courts.Also on rt.com Did Kraken eat the proofreader? Sidney Powell publishes typo-ridden lawsuits alleging mass vote fraud in Georgia & Michigan
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