U.S. President Donald Trump has promised to win in eight states where he lost according to official figures. His speech to supporters in Georgia.
“[Democrats] say: he’s complaining about Georgia. No, no. I’m complaining because of eight states, but I think I’m going to win them all,” the president said.
Trump also noted that things are about to change. In particular, he hoped for the help of Vice President Mike Pence during the session of Congress, where the results of the presidential election should be approved.
Earlier, The Washington Post reported that Donald Trump urged the vice-governor of Georgia, one of the key U.S. states in the presidential election, to recount the votes in his favor. It is noted that this is evidenced by the recording of a conversation between the head of the White House and Brad Raffensperger.
On November 3, 2020, the next U.S. presidential election was held. At the moment, the vote count and proceedings are still ongoing. According to media estimates, Biden won the number of electoral votes necessary for victory, thus beating the incumbent U.S. leader Donald Trump. The Democrat has already declared himself the elected president of the United States. Trump, in turn, said that Biden rushed to call himself the new leader of the country.