US election: Ivanka Trump claims big corporations financed Joe Biden

US election: Ivanka Trump claims big corporations financed Joe Biden

- Ivanka Trump has accused Joe Biden of getting donations from big businesses

- The daughter of the US president claimed big corporations were never the major donors to the Trump campaign

- Ivanka said ordinary Americans were the main donors to President Trump

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A daughter of the US president, Ivanka Trump has alleged that big business, pharmaceuticals, and big banks made donations to the campaign of the Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden.

Ivanka made the allegation in a tweet on Thursday, November 5.

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President Donald Trump listens as his daughter Ivanka Trump speaks during a campaign rally. Photo by Scott Olson
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The president’s daughter claimed that unlike Biden, Donald Trump’s largest donors were construction workers and farmers.

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She also stated the Trump campaign got donations from truckers, members of the military, and everyday citizens.

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Ivanka alleged that the data from the election 2020 employer donor data showed that the Republican party is the party of the American worker.

Legit.ng, however, could not verify the statement made by Ivanka.

In another report, a son of the US president, Donald Trump Jr, has backed his father’s unproven claims alleging that there is massive fraud being carried out in the US presidential election.

Trump Jr in a tweet called on his father to wage total war against those he believed were cheating in the presidential election.

He, however, failed to provide any evidence of the cheating he alleged was going on in the election.

Meanwhile, as vote counting continues in the United States presidential election, the candidate of the Democratic Party, Joe Biden, has overtaken President Trump in the key battleground state of Georgia.

President Trump had been maintaining a lead in the state since Tuesday, November 3, when the counting began.

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However, an updated report by The Guardian UK has indicated Biden is now leading in the state.

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