- Trump claimed Kemp's remarks showed he had "won" the highly contested presidential election where Democrat Joe Biden is the projected winner
- The Republican leader laid blame on the media for its alleged "wrong" analysis by giving the Democrat the lead in opinion polls terming it as an election interference
- The 74-year-old was caught on camera on a golf course shortly before Biden was announced president-elect of the United States
United States President Donald Trump has celebrated after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said the state's poll results will only factor legally cast votes.
The 45th US president claimed Kemp's remarks showed he had "won" the highly contested presidential election where Democrat Joe Biden was projected winner.
"Georgia's election result will include legally cast ballots - and only legally cast ballots. Period," Kemp tweeted to which Trump responded:
"This is good news, it means I won!
Trump blamed the media for its "wrong" analysis by giving the former vice president the lead in opinion polls terming it as election interference.
@FoxNews, QuinnipiacPoll, ABC/WaPo, NBC/WSJ were so inaccurate with their polls on me, that it really is tampering with an election. They were so far off in their polling, and in their attempt to suppress - that they should be called out for election interference...
He added: "...ABC/WaPo had me down 17 points in Wisconsin, the day before the election, and I won! In Iowa, the polls had us four points down, and I won by 8.2%! Fox News and Quinnipiac were wrong on everything. The worst polling ever, and then they’ll be back in four years to do it again. This is much more then voter and campaign finance suppression!"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Trump controversially declared himself as the winner of the US presidential election before any official announcement was made.
Trump who made the declaration on Saturday, November 7, via Twitter, suggested that he won the election by a large margin.
The president said:
"I won this election, by a lot!"
The president's tweets were immediately flagged by Twitter with a warning that the claim was not backed by official sources.
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