He continues to post or resume numerous messages on Twitter indicating that the election was rigged. But at the turn of a sentence, the American president opened the door, Friday the 13th, to the possibility of defeat.
At a press conference in the gardens of the White House on the resurgence of the Covid-19 pandemic in the United States, he replied, in a convoluted phrase: “I think time will tell which administration we will have, but whatever happens in the future, who knows, I can tell you that this administration will not impose lockdown. ” Donald Trump had not spoken publicly for a week.
The latest results have fallen
A few hours earlier, the last results of the November 3 ballot had fallen, after ten days of waiting. According to projections by the mainstream American media, Georgia went to Joe Biden – the gap being very small, a recount must take place – and North Carolina to Donald Trump.
Ultimately, the Democrat would have won 306 voters, well beyond the 270 necessary to be elected, against 232 for the outgoing president. Or the reverse score of the Republican billionaire’s victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016. Donald Trump then spoke of ” tsunami “.
This did not prevent the American president from writing a new message, after his conference: “When is this FALKED ELECTION going to be canceled?” “, he asked, while federal agencies in charge of election security assured that that of November 3 had been “The safest in the history of the United States”.
Top US Pollster and Statistician Richard Baris – People’s Pundit – SUSPENDED from Twitter for Reporting on Disputed Election – Political ‘WrongThink’ Not Allowed https://t.co/uHBZnJJn1I via Said 10,000 DEAD PEOPLE VOTED IN MICHIGAN. When will this RIGGED ELECTION be overturned!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 14, 2020
On Friday, in another message on Twitter, the US president had indicated that he was planning to go to a demonstration in Washington, organized by his supporters, this Saturday, November 14. “It’s heartwarming to see all this huge support, especially these spontaneous gatherings that are popping up across the country, including a big one, Saturday in DC. I might even try to drop by and say hi.”Donald Trump tweeted.
US Presidential 2020: Donald Trump clings to the end
As in a parallel reality, its most faithful ministers and advisers also ensure that the ground is being prepared for “A second Trump term”. “I think the president will participate in his own inauguration” in January, thus assured on Fox News the spokesperson of the White House, Kayleigh McEnany. As for the elected Republican Congress, only a handful recognized the victory of Joe Biden.
Joe Biden urges him to take action against Covid
As the United States has an average of more than 100,000 new infections daily, the president-elect urged Donald Trump to act “Today, now”. As in response to his press conference, he tweeted: “I am the elected president, but I will not be president until next year (…). Urgent action is needed today, now, by the current administration. “
I am the president-elect, but will not be president until next year. COVID-19 does not respect dates on the calendar, it is accelerating right now. Urgent action is needed today, now, by the current administration.
– Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 14, 2020
Refusing to remain blocked by a transition that promises to be very complicated, Joe Biden unveiled this week the names of the members of the crisis unit dedicated to working on the subject, upon entering the White House, scheduled for January 20. The Democrats are also asking to speed up the transition. “The sooner we can involve our experts in the immunization campaign planning meetings, the smoother the transition will be.”, pleaded, Thursday 12 on the channel MSNBC, the future chief of staff of the White House, Ron Klain.