President Trump does not plan to immediately concede to the election, although Democratic leader Joe Biden leads in key states may give him enough electoral votes to claim he is winner of the 2020 presidential race, a senior aide told Fox News.
The aide told Fox News that the president’s advisers had given him advice in both directions, some told Trump that giving in was the right thing to do, and others pushing him to continue. Struggles to make sure the poll is correct and legal.
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The source told Fox News that the president was “simply skeptical.”;
“He’s been warning about this for months,” said the aide. “The media didn’t take it seriously, and now, we’re here with the script.”
However, the aide said the president “might eventually give in.”
“He hasn’t been there yet,” added the aide.
Trump’s campaign filed lawsuits in several states this week, seeking access to poll tracking, as well as a federal lawsuit in Nevada calling for officials to stop counting the votes. illegal, “claimed thousands of votes were sent to non-residents and the dead.
The president will almost certainly demand a recount in Pennsylvania, a source told Fox News, in addition to the tally of votes he and his campaign announced in Wisconsin. He will also likely request a recount in Georgia, and if he does not pass Biden, he will also request a recount in Arizona.
When asked if this could be resolved at any point in the near future, the aide told Fox News, “I don’t understand how it is.”
Meanwhile, Trump’s campaign general adviser Matt Morgan said on Friday: “This election is not over yet.”
“Wrong prediction about Joe Biden as a winner based on results in four states is far from the final,” Morgan said. “Georgia is heading towards a recount, where we are confident we will find the votes improperly harvested, and where President Trump will eventually prevail.”
Morgan went on to say that “there are many anomalies in Pennsylvania, including that election officials prevent our volunteer legal observers from having meaningful access to the counting sites.”
“We won our lawsuit on our challenge, but were stripped of our valuable time and denied the transparency we would have enjoyed under state law,” he continued. “In Nevada, there seem to be thousands of people voting by mail incorrectly.”
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Morgan added: “In the end, the president will naturally win outright for Arizona, despite Fox News and the Associated Press ‘calling’ the state irresponsibly and wrongly. The House of Representatives, but once. The election ends, President Trump will be re-elected ”.
Meanwhile, Biden’s campaign spokesman, Andrew Bates, responded, saying: “As we said on July 19, the American people will decide this election.”
“And the US government is fully capable of escorting intruders out of the White House,” he added.
The president, on Thursday, announced that he and his election campaign would “not let corruption steal” the election, while maintaining that he will win the 2020 presidential race.
The president said that “his goal is to protect the integrity of the election.”
“If you count the number of legal votes, I easily win,” said the president. “We will not allow corruption to steal such an important election – or any election for that matter.”
He added: “We cannot allow anyone to silence our voters or generate results.”
The President said many polling stations would not allow “legally authorized observers” to see the vote count.
“This is the case,” he said, “trying to steal an election – trying to staging an election,” he said.
The bidding said he had ‘no double’ he would determine the truMP after the count was over.
The President said that he was “listening to horror stories, absolute horror stories, and we cannot let that happen to the United States of America.”
“It is not a question of who wins, Republicans or Democrats. Joe, myself, ”Trump said. “We cannot let that happen to our country. We cannot be disappointed when something like this happens ”.
He added: “So hopefully it will be cleared up soon. I hope it will be soon, but it will probably go through a process, a legal process and as you know, I asked for it. Some states and he is asking for states. So we can both claim states. But in the end, I have a feeling the judges are going to have to rule. “
The President went on to say that there were “a lot of catastrophes and we couldn’t stand it in our own country.”
Trump’s campaign has filed lawsuits in several states across the country this week, seeking access to track the poll. In Pennsylvania, an appellate court judge paved the way for Trump’s election campaign to observe more closely the passing of the Philadelphia County Election Commission’s ballots.
Initial poll followers were required to be at least 25 feet away from the table where everyone on a mail-scanning mission and ballot were absent inside the Pennsylvania Convention Center, but Judge Christine Fizzano Cannon’s The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ordered that “all candidates, candidates, followers or candidate representatives be present during the pass” and “be allowed to observe all facets. edge of the pass within 6 feet, while complying with all COVID-19 protocols, including masking and maintaining social outreach ”.
The order will be effective immediately or no later than 10:30 am EST on November 5.
The City of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Democratic Party have appealed the ruling to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which will decide whether to issue or reject the appeal.
“They’re attractive – I wonder why they’re attractive,” Trump said. “All we want is for people to see while they make the board.”
The President added that places like “Detroit and Philadelphia cannot be responsible for designing the outcome of a very important presidential race.”
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“There’s absolutely no good reason why they don’t want people to follow the process, because if it’s frank, they should be proud of it,” Trump said. “They are clearly trying to commit fraud and there is no doubt about it.”
Trump went on to call Philadelphia the “corruption machine of the Democratic Party”.
Meanwhile, the president has called on Democratic rival Joe Biden to “clarify” what kind of votes should be counted.
“I challenge Joe and every Democrat to make it clear that they only want the legitimate votes – they say from the ballot – we want the legal votes to count,” Trump said. “Open and transparent, no illegal voting after Election Day.”
Biden, earlier in the day, said he believed “every vote should be counted” and urged his supporters to “calm down.”
“Each ballot has to be counted and that’s what we’ll see now and that’s how it should be,” Biden said on Thursday afternoon. “Democracy is sometimes messy and sometimes it involves patience.”
Trump insists that he and his election campaign “want an honest election, we want a total honesty and we want honest people to work there.”
During his press conference, Trump announced he would win the presidential race, while Biden on Thursday said he “had no doubts” that he would win the election in the short remarks he made. from Wilmington, Del.
“We continue to feel very good about where things are,” Biden said. “And we’re sure that when the tally is over, Senator Harris and I will be the winners.”
Biden’s campaign criticized Trump’s press conference, with one Biden employee calling it “hopeless, unfounded and a sure sign he is losing”.
Two days after Election Day, no candidate has accumulated the required number of votes to win the White House. Fox News predicted victory for Biden in the Great Lakes states, leaving him at the age of 264, meaning he has only one more battlefield state left to become president-elect.
Trump, with 214 expected electoral votes, faces a much higher hurdle. To reach 270, he needs to claim all four remaining battlefields: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia and Nevada. Trump is generally expected to receive a greater number of direct voters on Election Day, and Biden is expected to see a bigger change through mail voting.