At a rally in Georgia, U.S. President Donald Trump assured that he would soon address the Supreme Court with a lawsuit for large-scale falsification of the Democrats in the U.S. presidential election.
On December 5, US President Donald Trump held his first rally in Georgia after the presidential elections. He spoke out in support of two Republican senators campaigning for the second round of the Senate elections, scheduled for January 5.
Trump talked a lot about “falsifications” in the last elections and convinced those present that the Republicans will win anyway.
The incumbent president stated that his election headquarters would address the Supreme Court of the United States “very soon”. He expressed the opinion that “our legislative bodies and the Supreme Court of the United States will step forward and save our country.
The agency writes that Republican supporters fear that the president’s persistent reluctance to admit defeat could hurt party candidates in the Senate elections.
In the United States, the main vote in the presidential election was held on November 3, 2020. More than 10 candidates applied for the post, the main competitors were the current head of the White House Republican Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. Turnout at this election was a record for 120 years – about 160 million Americans took part in it.
The USA has a two-stage election system. After the popular vote, a panel of voters from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia will vote (the number of voters in each state depends on the population). In most states, a candidate who receives a majority will receive all the votes of the electorate. According to CNN, ABC News and Fox News, Biden has secured the support of 306 members of the college of electors. Trump, according to the forecast of TV channels, has the support of 232 voters. To win, it is necessary to gain at least 270 votes. The voting of the college of electors will take place on December 14.
Biden has already announced that he will be the next U.S. president, he was congratulated with the victory by a number of world leaders, including the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky.
Trump refuses to admit defeat and slows down the process of power transfer, but on November 13 he admitted that another administration will work in the White House, and on November 24 it became known that Trump’s administration declared its readiness to transfer power to Biden.
Officially, the winner of the election must be announced by the chairman of the U.S. Senate at a meeting on January 6, 2021. On January 20, the elected head of state should be sworn in.
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