Donald Trump, the President of the United States of America (U.S.A.,) on the 6th of November, alleged interference of big media and big techs in the U.S., Presidential elections 2020.
The United States of America conducted Presidential elections on the 3rd of November.
So far, the Republican Party candidate and incumbent President Donald Trump won 214 votes and Joe Biden of the Democratic Party secured 264 votes.
The U.S.A., elections were held in 50 states in which there are 538 electoral colleges.
An electoral college is a group of people, electors, who represent each of the 50 states of the U.S.A., and vote for a president. Each state is assigned a number of electors based on their population. The results of the U.S.A., elections are based on electoral colleges’ votes.
To win the elections, of the total 538 votes, 270 are required by an individual.
Mr. Trump addressed Americans from the White House and said, if the legal votes were counted he would have secured more than the opposition.
The campaign team of Donald Trump even filed three lawsuits against the voting in three states.
Donald Trump on the 6th of November said, “If you count the legal votes I easily win, they used illegal votes to steal the election from us.” He further added, “There was election interference in the truest sense of the word, there were powerful special interests. There were phony polls to keep voters inside and create the illusion of momentum for Mr. Biden and diminish Republican’s ability to raise funds.”
Alleging exit polls broadcasted by several news and media outlets to be biased and he called it ‘suppression polls.’
Donald Trump said “…suppression. There are few states yet to be decided in the presidential race. The voting apparatus is run by Democrats in these states. We were winning at those key locations by a lot actually and then our numbers getting wheedled away miraculously in secret.”
However, the opposition Republican Party leaders rubbished Donald Trump’s claims as false.
Representative of the Republican Party Adam Kinzinger took to Twitter and said the president’s (Donald Trump) claims of fraud are “getting insane.” If Mr. Trump has “legit” concerns about fraud, they need to be based on evidence and taken to court.
He even asked the Donald Trump Campaign to “STOP Spreading debunked misinformation.”
Meanwhile, results for Georgia, Naveda, North Carolina and Pennsylvania are awaited.
Stay tuned for further updates.