Trump demanded to stop the counting of votes in the US presidential elections

US President Donald Trump called for an end to the counting of votes in the US presidential elections, which have now ended. He wrote about this on Thursday, November 5, on Twitter.

“Stop counting,” the message says.

Trump later issued a message demanding to stop electoral fraud. This tweet has been flagged as containing controversial content.

Voting in the United States took place on November 3. This year, a large number of Americans voted by mail, which is why counting the results was delayed in many states and continues to this day.

“Stop counting,” the message says.

Trump later issued a message demanding to stop electoral fraud. This tweet has been flagged as containing controversial content.

Voting in the United States took place on November 3. This year, a large number of Americans voted by mail, which is why counting the results was delayed in many states and continues to this day.

According to Fox News, Trump is currently gaining 214 electoral votes, while his opponent Joe Biden (candidate from the US Democratic Party) is 264. To win the election, 270 electoral votes must be collected.

Trump insists that it is necessary to stop counting ballots that arrived after polling stations closed. He has also already announced his readiness to demand a recount in court in some states, where Biden won. At the moment, his headquarters have filed lawsuits to the courts to suspend the counting of votes in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia, Gazeta.ru writes.

Even before the elections began, it became known that both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party were preparing for a similar scenario and hired teams of lawyers.

There is a general election in the United States. In addition to the president and vice president, Americans elect new members of Congress.

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