The current US President Donald Trump refuses to admit defeat and is trying to challenge the vote in the courts. Earlier, he repeatedly stated that the election results were falsified, but he could not give any evidence of his accusations.
Vote Stealing: Donald Trump
Donald Trump, President of America has repeatedly spoken of “vote stealing” being done in favor of his rival, Democratic candidate Joseph Biden. However, the White House head did not confirm his statements in any way.
Thousands of Trump supporters rallied in Washington. Trump’s supporters in the US capital declared fraudulent presidential elections. The Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency found no evidence of manipulation.
The inauguration of the new president will take place on January 20, 2021, on the steps of the Capitol in Washington. After its completion, the terms of office of American President Trump and the current US Vice President Mike Pence will expire.
The winner in the presidential elections in the United States was determined on November 7 – according to leading American media, he was the candidate from the Democratic Party, Joseph Biden.
The vote count should be fully completed by December 8 – in some states it is still ongoing. After that, the winner of the election must be officially confirmed by 538 members of the electoral college. Their vote is scheduled for December 14 – exactly 41 days after the main day of the general election.
Democrat Biden secured enough Electoral College votes to defeat Republican Donald Trump in the US presidential election on November 3, according to leading American media.
No Evidence Of Manipulation
The United States Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and a number of companies that provide technology equipment for vote counting, found no evidence of manipulation, calling the vote the most secure in history. But Donald Trump, President of America is not admitting defeat and is trying to challenge the voting results in the courts. According to the American media, Joseph Biden became the winner of the US presidential elections in 2020. But the process of transferring power will not be easy as incumbent Donald Trump, President of America is trying to challenge the vote.
Megan Davies is a reporter for White Pine Tribune. After graduating from the University of Toronto, Megan got an internship at the CBC News and worked as a reporter and editor. Megan has also worked as a reporter for Global Toronto. Megan covers economy and community events for White Pine Tribune.