U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden will be the head of state if he proves the authenticity of the votes he received in the elections, said current president Donald Trump.
“Biden can enter the White House as president only if he can prove that his absurd 80 million votes were not obtained fraudulently or illegally,” Trump wrote on Twitter, who continues to argue that
“In Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Milwaukee, there was a massive voter fraud.
Earlier on Friday, Trump said that the electoral college, confirming the victory of Biden, “will make a mistake. In doing so, he would give up power and leave the White House. “But I think a lot will happen before January 20 (inauguration day),” he added.
According to Fox News, Democrat Biden received 80,074,945 votes in the November 3 presidential election and Trump 73,909,083. The official results of the ballot processing will be known at a later date. Based on available data, leading U.S. media predicted Biden will win.
Republican Trump accused the Democrats of fraud and will not admit defeat. He has initiated several lawsuits to get the voting results reviewed in several states.