November 19th. U.S. President Trump tweeted on the 18th local time announcing that he won the election, the key state of Michigan, and was later tagged by Twitter, saying that the content of the tweet was controversial and there is no evidence to show that Michigan There is widespread election fraud in the state.
Trump said in a tweet that day: “In Detroit, the number of votes far exceeds the local population. Nothing can cover up this huge scam. I won Michigan.”
Trump Twitter screenshot
The Twitter platform subsequently marked “the election scam in this statement is controversial” under Trump’s tweet, and linked to a clarification message: “According to fact checkers and state officials, there is no evidence that Michigan There is widespread election fraud in the state.”
The final result of the US election has not yet been officially announced, but many American media have passed calculations and announced in advance that Biden has won the election.
However, the current President Trump refused to admit defeat, and his campaign team launched lawsuits against the election results in many states.
When asked recently about Trump’s refusal to recognize the election results, Biden said, “Very frankly, I think this is embarrassing.”