When asked by a reporter about leaving the White House if Biden was declared the winner on December 14, Trump said, “Of course I will, you know.” “I know it.”
“It would be very difficult to admit, because we know there is massive fraud,” Trump said without evidence.
“As for whether or not this tool can move quickly – time is not on our side, everything else is on our side, the facts are on our side, which is a big scam.”
If Pita is declared the winner, the Electoral College falsely claims that the President has “made a mistake, because this election is a fraud. Trump looked at the reporter, emphasizing his views. “Don’t talk to me like that. I’m the president of the United States. Never talk to the president like that,” he said.
This is the first time since Thursday that Trump has taken questions from reporters since the election.
This includes lying during an election night speech that he had already won the re-election and that he had actually won the states that were in the air at the time, and that his opponents were committing a fraud.
In response, Fiden’s campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement earlier this month that the US government was “absolutely capable of expelling violators from the White House”.
The GSA letter marked the first step the administration took to acknowledge Trump’s defeat. However, minutes after the letter was announced, the president tweeted: “Our case is going strong, we’ll continue to fight well, and I hope we win!”