Incumbent US President Donald Trump has urged Republican senators in Pennsylvania to “reverse” the outcome of the vote in a state that recently lost a process to stop election certification.

On Wednesday, a day after Pennsylvania certified the result of the vote, Republican senators in the state legislature held a hearing in which campaign attorneys participated and witnesses who filed complaints about election irregularities were heard.

Donald Trump was to travel personally to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to convey the message to Republicans in the state legislature, but the trip was canceled at the last minute. The US president reiterated that Biden’s victory was possible because the Democrats cheated.

“It’s an election we won easily. I won on a large scale. These elections have been rigged. It is a very important moment in the history of our country. And you are doing a very important service to our country “, said Trump put on the speaker by Giuliani, he reports Digi 24, which cites Agerpres.

The results of the election in this key state were officially certified on Tuesday in favor of Joe Biden, with a difference of over 80,000 votes.

After Wednesday’s hearing, Donald Trump invited Republican senators from Pennsylvania to the White House, according to CNN.

On the other hand, President-elect Joe Biden delivered a Thanksgiving speech in Wilmington, Delaware on Wednesday: “In America, we have free and fair elections and we respect the results. The people and the laws of this country will not accept anything else. You want solutions, not shouts. Justice, not hyper-discrimination. Light, not flames “, according to Digi 24, which quotes Agerpres.

The most important battle of the Civil War took place in Gettysburg. For three days in early July 1863, Union troops defeated Confederate forces led by General Robert E. Lee, who wanted to invade the northern United States. Four months later, President Abraham Lincoln, a Republican, gave a famous speech in Gettysburg in which he called for a government of the American people led by and for the people.