- President Trump is determined to fight for his second term chances with his last breath
- Despite losing to Biden, the US has consistently insisted that he won the 2020 presidential election
- Trump vowed to present evidence against Biden's victory on January 6 when the Congress will count and certify the electoral college votes
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has insisted he won the November 3 presidential election, despite losing the popular and Electoral College votes to his Democratic Party's rival, Joe Biden.
In a tweet he posted via his personal Twitter handle on Friday, January 1, President Trump said he "won, BIG", saying he will present "massive amounts of evidence" on January 6.
"Massive amounts of evidence will be presented on the 6th. We won, BIG!"
Legit.ng notes that the US president tweeted in a reaction to a tweet by Josh Hawley, a constitutional lawyer and US Senator from Missouri who also said he will object to Biden's victory on January 6.
"Millions of voters concerned about election integrity deserve to be heard. I will object on January 6 on their behalf"
Hawley said the Democrats also objected during the certification of electoral college votes in the 2004 and 2016 elections and they were praised for it.
Raising an objection means disagreeing with the results. According to AlJazeera, Hawley’s objection would not prevent Biden’s election from becoming official but could delay it by a few hours.
Legit.ng notes that Wednesday, January 6, is the day the US Congress will count and certify the electoral college votes.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that President Trump, on Friday, December 18, expressed displeasure at the country’s Supreme Court.
The controversial leader tweeted that he and the entire country were very disappointed in the apex court.
Trump's outburst came days after the apex court rejected a lawsuit that sought to overturn Biden's victory in the presidential election.
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