Thursday, May 30, 2024

Trump thinks ballots after Election Day is not fair, could be a legal battle

U. S. President Donald Trump denied the reports that say he is planning to prematurely declare victory after the presidential polls, rather he hinted that his team is gearing up for a legal battle on the election night itself.

At the Charlotte airport in North America, he told the reporters that it was a false report and he is not planning anything to prematurely declare victory.

Trump and his team have criticized the Supreme Court to allow ballots to be received after Election day and they going for a legal battle as soon as the election is over

“I think there is a great danger to it and I think a lot of fraud and misuse can take place,” the president said.

Trump said if people wanted to get their ballots in, they should have gotten their ballots in long before. “They do not have to put their ballots on the same day, they could have put their ballots in a month ago. And we think it is a ridiculous decision,” he added further.

Talking about the elections, he said they are doing well in the election and got “tremendous numbers”

“Georgia…is in our camp all the way. Texas is beyond good. We seem to be doing well all over. And that is not based on polls, that is based on numbers based on early ballots. So we are very happy with it. I think Michigan is plus-two, it just came out. We are plus-two in Michigan. We are really doing incredibly well,” he asserted

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