Presidential elections in the US, live | Trump claims Biden “won” but insists the election was “rigged”

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The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has published this Sunday a message on his Twitter account in which he assures that Joe Biden “won” the elections, although he insists that those elections were “rigged.” “There were no observers and the votes were tabulated by a private company of the radical left, Dominion,” said Trump, who later reiterated in other messages that the elections were “rigged.” His supporters marched through the streets of Washington on Saturday in support of the outgoing president’s baseless allegations of election fraud. The march took place a day after the president hinted that there will be a new government in the United States and expressed doubts about the succession for the first time since the elections on the 3rd. “Who knows what government there will be,” he said in an appearance in which he tried to take credit for the Pfizer vaccine against covid-19. He made it clear that his Administration “will not go to a lockdown.” The president spoke shortly after confirming the results and the final distribution of all electoral votes. Biden got 306 (well above the 270 needed to win the Presidency) and Trump has 232. Five states change color from 2016.

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