U.S. President Donald Trump expressed confidence that he would be able to achieve a review of the results of the presidential election and will remain in power for a second term.
“They (Democratic supporters – IF) cheated and falsified the results of our elections. But in the end, we will win anyway,” he said during a rally in Georgia.
According to Trump, such a result requires “brave people” who “will soon be able to appeal to the Supreme Court.
Such plans have sparked a strong positive response from Trump supporters.
This rally is the first such event for Trump since the U.S. presidential election. Democrat Joe Biden is considered the winner of the vote, but Trump did not admit defeat and intends to seek a review of voting results in several key states through the courts.
Trump has come to Georgia to support two local Republicans who will go to the U.S. senatorial elections in January. The outcome of that vote will depend on whether the Republicans will retain a majority in the Senate. Trump at the rally suggested that Democrat supporters might try to falsify the results here as well.