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Trump accuses Democrats of planing to rig votes’

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In what may sound very familiar to acknowledging defeat in the elections of developing countries, the United States president Donald Trump came out to brief the public, and mostly his supporters, only to insinuate that someone is stealing his votes.

 

President Donald Trump claiming that the votes are being stolen by his opponent. He went on to close down talling(Photo credit: supplied)

In a tweet, which was fact-checked and verified to carry disputable or misleading facts about the elections, the U.S president pledges that he will not allow anybody to steal his votes.

President Trump was impressed by earlier results and thought he could declare his winning much earlier than it will now be but then came what he calls a “fraud”.

“This is a fraud on the American public, this is an embrasement to our country. We were getting ready to win the election. Frankly we did win this election. So we will be going to the U.S supreme court. We want all voting to stop. We do not want them to find ballots at 4 o’clock in the morning and add them to the list” Trump said.

Trump went on to claim that he did not need states like Arizona after losing them claiming that he can still win without them.

“We were getting ready for big celebration. We were winning everything and all of a sudden we just called off. The results tonight have been phenomenal and we are getting ready, I mean literrally, we were just all set to get outside and just celebrate something that is so beautiful, so good, such a vote, such a success” Trump said.

The results are still being tallied and the winners will be known by Friday morning; however, Trump is already threatening to proceed to the Supreme Court if he loses.

The Supreme court has at least three new senior judges, whom he just appointed, but how many states he would want nullified remains to be seen.

 

 

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