Trump melts down on Twitter over ‘stolen election’
Trump posted an unattributed quote from an alleged British pollster on Twitter
President Donald Trump, who lost his reelection bid to President-elect Joe Biden, is getting intel on how the U.S. polling system was rigged from an unknown British pollster.
Trump posted an unattributed quote from an alleged British pollster on Twitter.
The president believes there was obvious foul play in the election and agreed with a claim from the unidentified source that said Biden could not have outperformed former President Barack Obama in certain states.
This quote, however, does not explain much nor does it bring up the fact that Great Britain’s polling mechanics are vastly different than those in America.
Trump has filed several lawsuits, many of them already thrown out of court, alleging voter fraud and his only chance of addressing the potential of election fraud is to have his case tried before the Supreme Court.
One-third of Justices in the Supreme Court were nominated by Trump: Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanugh, and the newest member Amy Coney Barrett.
Although some might say the Supreme Court leans right and may side with Trump’s election conspiracy claims, the outcome seems unlikely due to Trump’s lack of evidence.
The president’s motorcade arrived at Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia at 9:57 a.m. on Sunday, one day after his loss, Newsweek reported.
On the same morning, President-elect Biden, his wife and several of his grandchildren were at church in Wilmington, Delaware.
Trump is not expected to concede to Biden, TMZ reported, meaning the president will not peacefully transfer his power or direct Biden on how he operated in the White House.
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