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ABC News 20 Nov 2020

Trump again falsely asserts he won election

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The president lost reelection by nearly 6 million votes. Neither he nor the vice president have answered questions in the more than two weeks since the election.


President Trump spoke to a group of supporters at the White House in the early morning hours Wednesday. Mr. Trump rolled off a list of incomplete voting totals in states that have not yet been called, falsely claimed he won the election and said he would ask the Supreme Court to intervene in the continuing counting of ballots. No call had been made at the time of his comments. Watch his remarks here.
President Trump is finally starting to face the reality that he may lose the election amid sliding poll numbers, and even cracked a joke about it at a rally, saying he might have to leave the country if he's beaten by Joe Biden. Many are speculating that Trump will look to cash in on his time as president in as many ways as he can, including possibly starting a cable news network and even running for president again in 2024. He's unlikely to return to Manhattan, where he lived for years.
In an extraordinary 2:30 a.m. appearance at the White House, President Trump falsely claimed the pending outcome was "a fraud on the American public" and "embarrassment on our country."
In an extraordinary 2:30 a.m. appearance at the White House, President Trump falsely claimed the pending outcome was "a fraud on the American public" and "embarrassment on our country."

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