- Donald Trump has again reacted after failing to overturn the election of Joe Biden as president-elect
- The US president in a recent tweet expressed his disappointment in the country’s Supreme Court
- From when the counting of ballot started, Trump has been crying foul, alleging electoral fraud, but without evidence
The outgoing President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, on Friday, December 18, expressed displeasure at the country’s Supreme Court.
Legit.ng gathered that the outspoken leader tweeted that he and the entire country were very disappointed in the apex court.
Trump's outburst is coming days after the apex court rejected a lawsuit that sought to overturn the victory of Democrat Joe Biden in the just concluded presidential election.
Trump’s hope of retaining power was dashed as the court rejected a bid to block the ballots of millions of voters in battleground states that went in favour of Biden.
The US apex court on Friday, December 11, ruled that the suit which was filed by Texas' attorney general, Ken Paxton, and supported by Trump did not have any legal standing.
It would be recalled that the Republican candidate challenged the election of Biden as America's president-elect on grounds that the electoral process was marred with irregularities.
The incumbent president had insisted that Biden won because the election was rigged days after the November 3 presidential election.
Trump who also finally acknowledged that his rival won made this position known in a tweet he posted on his Twitter page on Sunday, November 15.
The president in another couple of tweets disclosed that he will not concede defeat to Biden, further alleging that the candidate of the Democratic Party only won "in the eyes of the FAKE NEWS MEDIA".
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the long months of the political battle between Trump and the US president-elect finally ended as the US Electoral College confirmed the victory of the Democrat in the last election.
The president-elect's Electoral College win became official on Monday, December 14, with California's votes pushing him over the 270 vote threshold.
With California's vote in, Biden stood at 302 Electoral College votes, with 306 expected, compared to Trump's 232.
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