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“If and the time has come to accept an adverse outcome in this election – And we hope it never comes – but if and when that happens, President Trump needs to do it with the same grace and composure as he did at that town hall. with Savannah Guthrie, “Ingraham said, referring to Trump’s October Town Hall with the NBC Host.” A lot of people have commented on his tone and presence – exactly what he is. need. “
Ingraham warned that Trump’s loss would be a “gut punch” for those who believe the process is not “fair”.
“By the way, I won’t concede anything tonight, but will lose, if that’s what happens, terrible,” she continued. “But President Trump’s legacy will only become more significant if he focuses on moving the country forward.”
Biden on Friday Expansion of his potential customers in Pennsylvania and Georgia while defending his advantage in Nevada and Arizona, put him in a solid position to win the required 270 electoral votes.
Officials are scrambling in key battlefield states to continue counting the remaining mailed ballots, but Biden expressed confidence that he will eventually be declared the winner of the race to the House. White, said in a speech that the talisman tells a “clear and convincing story. We will win this race. “
Trump, however, did report not preparing a concession speech when he and his allies confirmed the race was not over.
His campaign posed a number of legal challenges in key battlefield states, having said it would pursue reconsideration and repeated unfounded statements about voter fraud.