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Trump vows to continue to fight against the election results

Nearly 100 U.S. congressmen advocate the removal of Trump

President Donald Trump speaks at campaign rally at the Orlando Sanford International Airport Monday, Oct. 12, 2020, in Sanford, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

According to a German News Agency Washington on December 6th, U.S. President Trump said at a rally in Valdosta, Georgia, on December 5 local time that he thought he was the winner of the November election and vowed to continue to fight against the election results.

Trump again claimed without evidence that Democrats “cheated and manipulated” the election. “They manipulated our presidential election, but we’re still going to win,” he said.

According to the report, Trump claimed that he would continue to file a lawsuit against the election results until he appealed to the Supreme Court. So far, almost every lawsuit filed by the Trump campaign has been rejected due to lack of evidence.

Trump again said without evidence that hundreds of thousands of illegal votes were cast in the November 3 election. He did not produce any evidence.

The report also said that William Barr, the key ally of Trump and the United States Attorney General, recently said that there was no evidence of election fraud that could change the outcome of the election.

Trump has so far refused to admit losing to Biden in the election, as the process of formally transition to a new Democratic-led administration has reportedly accelerated.

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