- Reports suggest that President Donald Trump is beginning to soften his tone on the transfer of power
- Trump said he would be proceeding to court over the election results
- The president is adamant that the results in the presidential election were fraudulent
Reports have emerged that President Donald Trump has given conditions under which he would consider a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the US presidential election.
Sources close to Trump told Fox News that the president is willing to commit to a smooth transfer of power if his campaign's legal efforts at challenging the election result fails.
Earlier on Saturday, November 7, Trump in a statement accused Joe Biden of rushing to falsely pose as the winner of the presidential election.
He disclosed that his campaign will begin the process of challenging the results of the election in court.
"The American people are entitled to an honest election: that means counting all legal ballots, and not counting any illegal ballots.
"It remains shocking that the Biden campaign refuses to agree with this basic principle and wants ballots counted even if they are fraudulent, manufactured, or cast by ineligible or deceased voters."
He accused the Democratic party of illegally preventing observers from monitoring the vote-counting process.
Trump also tweeted that he won the election with 71 million votes and cast doubts on the mail-in ballots that were counted in the poll.
Meanwhile, the proected US president-elect, Joe Biden has promised to be the president for all Americans whether they voted for him or not.
The 77-year-old's win in Pennsylvania ensured he surpassed the magic 270 Electoral College votes that determine who is elected the president in the US regardless of the popular votes.
In a statement on his official media pages soon after he was projected to be the winner in a tight race, Biden vowed to keep the faith Americans had kept in him.
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