US election: White House sources say Trump is unwilling to concede defeat

US election: White House sources say Trump is unwilling to concede defeat

- Reports emerging from the White House suggest that there might be no peaceful transition if Donald Trump loses the US election

- Sources said Trump is planning to challenge the election result in court

- The US president has raised concerns over the legitimacy of the presidential election

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Reports have emerged that Donald Trump is unwilling to concede defeat even if Joe Biden is declared the winner of the presidential election.

Inside sources at the White House reportedly made the disclosure amid reports that the election results placed the Democratic candidate in a strong position for the presidency.

According to CBS reporter, Ben Tracy, the Trump campaign team is planning to launch lawsuits over his claims of voter fraud among other allegations.

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While some Republican party members have criticised the president for his stance, others are reportedly backing his claims. recalls that Trump has repeatedly cast doubt on the vote-counting process in the US presidential election, alleging that the process is rigged.

The president in a tweet on Wednesday, November 4, claimed that the Democrats manipulated the election result.

Trump alleged that he was leading strongly in many states before his lead began to magically disappear one by one.

Similarly, 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.

Another son of the president, Eric Trump called on the Republican party to fight what he alleged was voter fraud.

However, neither Trump nor his sons have provided evidence to back their claims of fraud.

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