Opinion polls and election forecasts suggest Trump could win, though that’s not as sure as the level of returns Trump and other allies say they’re envisioning – and potentially less. 306 electoral votes he earned in the 2016 election.
The President has repeatedly warned of the possibility that a winner would not be known at dawn Wednesday, due to the crushing of the mailed ballots the states are grading through this electoral cycle. .
Trump has questioned the legitimacy of an elongated process, demanding a decision on election night and stressed that anything else increases the risk of fraud and could cause violent instability around the land. country. But even in a typical election, results are not certified for days or weeks after Election Day. Election night calls are informal calls, usually from media organizations, based on predictions.
The President calmed down on Tuesday, saying “there is no reason to play the game”; and he would declare himself the winner “only if there was victory.”
An obvious result in favor of Trump would alleviate some of the concerns posed by Democrats, though it would require the preliminary polls that were even more skewed than in 2016. .
Kayleigh McEnany, White House press secretary who also took on an advisory role to Trump’s campaign in its final days, on Tuesday arguing that was the case.
“I predict now we win Nevada, we win Minnesota. I believe the president has had a landslide war and this litigation talk is nothing, “McEnany told Fox News.