Trump Scheduled Rally Against Election Results

The headquarters of US President Donald Trump plans to hold a series of rallies with his supporters. Reported by Reuters.

Exactly when his mass meetings with the electorate – the hallmark of both his presidential campaigns – will take place has not been reported. They will focus on the upcoming trial over alleged presidential election irregularities in several states.

On November 8, it was reported that Trump is ready to “politely admit defeat” in the event that a review of the results through the court fails.

It is also known that the headquarters denied earlier reports about the fear of the president’s entourage to convey the election results to him. This was reported by the defending side of the Democratic Party TV channel CNN.

Earlier, Trump promised the Americans to continue to fight for the country and never give up on this path. He added that he intends to use all legal means to ensure that “illegal ballots” are not taken into account when counting votes.

On November 7, Democrat Joe Biden, who received 290 of the required 270 electoral votes and thus secured his victory, declared himself elected President of the United States.

In turn, Donald Trump said that he hopes to regain his leading position in a number of states through the courts. He believes that Biden hastened to call himself the new leader of the country, since the elections are not over yet.