US President Donald Trump spoke in a gesture during a rally at the US Congress, Washington, USA, on January 6, 2021, by the US Congress for certification of the 2020 US presidential election results.
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President Donald Trump lied about the results of the presidential election and bragged about the size of the crowd at a rally on Wednesday, where he refused to accept defeat from President-Elect Joe Biden.
Trump said to attendees outside the White House, “We will never give up. Trump warned him an hour before he began the process of setting up Congress to confirm Biden’s victory at Electoral College.”
“We will stop theft!” After appearing to the crowd while listening to pop songs such as “Macho Man,” “Don’t Stop Billing,” and “Tiny Dancer,” Trump said while going on stage.
The lame duck Republican repeated the call on his own vice president, Mike Pence, refusing to accept the validity of electoral college ballots for Biden from multiple battlegrounds.
Supporters of US President Donald Trump gather at President’s Park on Ellipse by the White House for their rally and speech, and a speech by the US Congress of Certification of the results of the 2020 US presidential election on January 6, 2021 in Washington, USA Give.
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Experts say Pence has no such power when he presides over a joint session of Congress because it confirms the state’s election results on Wednesday afternoon.
“I hope Mike is the right thing to do,” Trump said. “If Mike Pence does the right thing, we win the election.”
“He has full right to do it.”
More than a dozen Republican senators and 100 or more House members are expected to challenge the results from some states, but that effort is not expected to thwart Biden’s victory, as both the Senate and the House call their victory in those victories Are on track to confirm. States.
Trump, as he has two months, claimed that he won the popular vote outright, when he actually lost more than 7 million popular votes to the former Democratic vice president.
“We won it with a landslide,” he claimed. “This was no close election.”
Trump also claimed that he “cheated like hell” in two special Georgia elections for the Senate on Tuesday, where Democratic challenger Rafael Warnock is declared the winner over Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, and where another Democrat, John Osoff was leading the Republican. David Perdue is tall in Ballot.
Trump and his allies claim, without any evidence, that widespread ballot fraud occurred in many states, allowing those states to honor their electoral college votes to Biden. Democrats won 306 electoral votes, 36 more than they need to win the White House.
In 2016, Trump won Hillary Clinton by exactly the same margin.
Trump said Wednesday, “He rigged an election. He has never done this before.”
However, no court has invalidated any ballot for Biden on the claim made by the Trump campaign or its supporters for fraud.
Legal efforts related to Trump challenged Biden’s victory, including a request that the US Supreme Court step down on the issue, be defeated or withdrawn to the board.
The president condemned the Supreme Court, which has three Trump-appointed judges, with the High Court saying it “likes to rule against me.”
On Wednesday, Trump’s tongue-in-mouth comment “Sooner Hunter?”
He had claimed Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, would help him win a second term during the election.