Trump dice se ha ragione sulle frodi elettorali, 'Biden non può essere presidente’

Trump says if he's right about election fraud, 'Biden can't be president'

Presidente Trump is once again charging that last month’s Elezioni presidenziali was rigged and rampant with fraud.

In un discorso pubblicato sulle sue pagine Twitter e Facebook che il presidente ha definito forse “il discorso più importante, Che io abbia mai fatto,” Trump charged that “lots of bad things happened” during the election.

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E lui lo ha sostenuto “se abbiamo ragione riguardo alla frode, Joe Biden non può essere presidente. Stiamo parlando di centinaia di migliaia di voti. Stiamo parlando di numeri come nessuno ha mai visto prima.”

Puntare di nuovo sull'aumento del voto per assente e del voto anticipato a causa di problemi di salute durante la pandemia di coronavirus, il presidente ha sottolineato che “avevamo quello che veniva chiamato il giorno delle elezioni. Adesso abbiamo i giorni delle elezioni, settimane e mesi, e molte cose brutte sono accadute durante questo periodo di tempo ridicolo. "

“La posta e la truffa di voto è l'ultima parte del loro sforzo quadriennale per ribaltare i risultati del 2016 elezione. Ed è stato come vivere all'inferno,” Trump ha sostenuto.

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E il presidente ha promesso di essere "determinato a proteggere il nostro sistema elettorale,"Che ha affermato, "È ora sotto attacco e assedio coordinato."

Twitter, as it has for numerous Trump tweets regarding charges of election fraud, added a disclaimer that said “This claim about election fraud is disputed.” And Facebook noted that “Joe Biden is the projected winner of the US Presidential election.”

The president has refused to concede to Biden, more than three and a half weeks after Fox News, the Associated Press and other news organizations projected that the former vice president would win enough electoral votes to defeat Trump and become president-elect.

Trump’s legal team filed a spate of lawsuits in many of the key battleground states, in hopes of delaying the certification of the election, but the tactics have been unsuccessful to date. And recounts requested by Trump in Georgia and Wisconsin, two of the six key battleground states that Biden narrowly edged Trump and which the president has contested, have to date failed to alter Biden’s victories.

Di domenica, in his first interview since this month’s election, Trump once again claimed that theelection was a fraud; it was a rigged election.

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We had glitches where they moved thousands of votes from my account to Biden’s account,” the president charged without backing up his claim, in a conversation with FOX BusinessMaria Bartiromo onSunday Morning Futures.

But Trump also appeared to acknowledge that his legal bid to overturn the election results “probabilmente” wouldn’t reach the U.S. Corte Suprema, which has been the goal of his legal team.

In his speech on Wednesday, the president said that “we are going to defend the honesty of the vote by ensuring that every legal ballot is counted and that no illegal ballot is counted.” And he emphasized that his efforts are “about ensuring that Americans can have faith in this election and in all future elections.”

Fox News’ Matt Leach contributed to this report

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