On December 13th local time, President Trump hinted in an interview that he would continue to question and challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election even if the Electoral College will vote in most state legislatures on the 14th.
In an interview with Fox News, a right-wing American media broadcast on the morning of the 13th, Trump repeated his claim about election fraud and said that his legal team will continue to continue despite the Supreme Court’s dismissal of a lawsuit initiated by the Texas Attorney General aimed at overturning the election results.
Challenge the election results.
Trump said: “No, it’s not over yet. We will continue to move forward. We have a lot of evidence in places. In those manipulated states, we actually won votes in those places. We beat Pennsylvania, we beat Michigan, we beat Georgia.”
According to current statistics, Trump lost all the votes to Biden in the above swing states, and Biden won the presidential election with 306 electoral votes to Trump 232 votes.
The vote results exactly the number of votes Trump won in the 2016 election.
When the reporter pointed out, the Electoral College will meet on the 14th to transfer the ballot to Congress, which will officially count the votes on January 6.
Asked how this process affected his chances of successfully challenging the election results, Trump said: “I don’t know, we will try our best to speed up, but the pace can only be like this. They give us little time.
Public polls show many Republican voters are skeptical about the legitimacy of the 2020 election, and some analysts fear that Trump’s refusal to recognize the election results will further divide the United States.