Trump keeps talking about “illegal voting”

U.S. President Donald Trump again accused ‘illegal votes’ of being counted after the presidential election on Tuesday. He said from the outset that only “legal voting” should be considered as a result. In a statement, Trump said, “But we ran into opposition from the Democrats for this reason.”

This has to do with the integrity of the entire election process. The President has again announced that all legal means will be used. He told the American people, “I will never fight for you and my country.” After Election Night, Trump repeatedly accused election fraud without citing evidence.

“This election is not over,” said Matt Morgan, legal director of the Trump Campaign. Biden’s forecasts of election win in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and Pennsylvania are determined by results. Not complete. “After the election, President Trump will be reelected,” Morgan added.

Senator Romney criticizes Trump for fraud

Republican Senator Mitt Romney seriously condemned the US President Donald Trump’s fraud charges in US elections. The president’s internal party critic Romney declared Friday that Trump had the right to take legal action. But when the president said the election was fake, flawed, or stolen, the president was wrong. This damages freedom around the world. “Trump is undermining the institutions that form the basis of the republic and creating dangerous anger.

Republican Senator Ben Sasse urged Twitter to ignore the “overheated investigation” and believe in the rule of law, waiting for votes to be counted.

Republican Trump lagged behind Democratic contender Joe Biden in the elections but condemned fraud. Trump did not provide evidence to support his claim.

Biden clearly leads the US presidential election

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden led the vote in four of the five US states. According to official information, he took the lead in Pennsylvania for the first time on Friday. When these trends merge, Biden could take the place of President Donald Trump at the White House.

If Biden wins in Pennsylvania, he will have a majority of 270. There, former Vice President Barack Obama led the current Republican Donald Trump with 5587 votes, with a turnout of over 95%. That means it’s 49.4% higher than Trump’s 49.3%.

In Georgia, Biden leads by a narrow margin, according to previous statistics, and still holds around 1,100 votes. In both western states, Nevada and Arizona, the lead is over 11,000 and turnout is over 47,000. In Arizona, the AP reported Biden’s victory on election night. Other media are still cautious.

In another pending state, North Carolina, Trump is currently leading with more than 76,000 votes (95%) according to preliminary statistics. Alaska still has no results and is considered a safe country for Republicans.

Note: It had not been allowed to wear political t-shirts or any other items that are politically related during the voting process. So, therefore, for those items printed via heat press (see reviews on heat press machines, my review here), you may as well use it after the election proper.