Trump promises to be in Washington on election confirmation day

Trump promises to be in Washington on election confirmation day

The US head of state has no intention of conceding electoral defeat.

Current US leader Donald Trump, who is about to give up his presidency after losing the election, promises that he will be present in Washington on 6 January and will even make an important announcement to his associates and the citizens who support him. It is on that date that the result of the citizens’ vote is scheduled to be announced.

Trump is currently at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, where he and his family have gone for the Christmas holidays.

Despite Donald Trump’s opponent Joe Biden’s clear lead in the US election, the current president does not want to put up with them. Earlier, he called on Republican senators to join the fight over the outcome of the head of state election and not be afraid to speak out about voter fraud.

A fateful event for America is set for 6 December – the US Congress, in a joint session of both chambers on 6 January, is to approve the results of the electoral college vote, officially declaring Democrat Joe Biden the winner and the new American leader.