President Donald Trump claims he has won the election and that “fraud” is underway to snatch it from him. He said he will ask the Supreme Court to protect the integrity of the process.
The incumbent president spoke early Wednesday morning at the White House, claiming victory in several states, including Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina, and Wisconsin, where the media has so far not projected victory for either candidate.
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“We have won Georgia. We’re up 2.5 percent, or 117,000 votes with only 7 percent left. They are never going to catch us!” Trump said. “Likewise, we’ve clearly won North Carolina.”
We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election.
‘…Frankly, we did win this election’ – #Trump on results so far#Vote2020#ElectionNight#2020Electionspic.twitter.com/H4Ww27ekvk
He went on to claim that “fraud” is underway with the vote count and said he will be asking the Supreme Court to intervene.
“We want all voting to stop. We don’t want them to find any ballots at four o’clock in the morning,” he said.
Trump thanked his supporters and members of his campaign. He pledged that those who voted for him will not be “disenfranchised” by “a very sad group of people.”
As the votes are being counted, Joe Biden so far remains in the lead.
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