Trump definitively refused to acknowledge Biden’s victory

Trump definitively refused to acknowledge Biden's victory

The incumbent U.S. leader Donald Trump finally refused to recognize the victory of the Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the U.S. presidential election.

“We will never give up, we will never concede. That’s not going to happen. You can’t admit defeat when it’s a steal,” the head of state said in Washington during the March to Save America, where his supporters gathered.

Trump held the speech before a meeting of the U.S. Congress. It should approve the results of the electoral college vote, according to which Biden won the presidential election.

A day before, Trump said that Vice President Michael Pence had the right to review the results of the November 3 presidential election. According to the American leader, Pence has all the necessary powers to invalidate the electors who were fraudulently elected in the disputed states.