Donald Trump Breaks Silence And Says He 'Easily Wins' If You 'Count The Legal Votes'
Donald Trump has broken his lengthy silence following the US Election to claim that he will still 'easily win'.
The catch to his statement is if you 'count the legal votes' then he will win the 2020 ballot.
The President is continuing his unverified claims that the Election has been the victim of illegal voting, vote tampering and improper counting.
His statements haven't been backed up and Trump's team have been trying to stop the ballot counting to ensure Republican observers can get into the rooms where each vote is been lodged.
Trump says he has been incredibly proud of the campaign that he ran and is confident he will still win.
"In Georgia, I won by a lot, with a lead getting close to 300,000 votes on election night in Georgia and by the way you got whittled down and now it is getting to a point where I go from winning by a lot to perhaps being even down a little bit," he said.
"To highlight some examples. A poll wrong on every occasion wrong, they were off by eight points and I won Florida easily, easily. They had me losing Florida by a lot and I ended up winning Florida by a lot.
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"They had him up four points in Ohio, the great state. The Washington post 17 points in Wisconsin and it was basically even. They were off by about 17 points."
He's also continued his claim that the Democrats are trying to steal the election, despite there being no evidence of that.
"People know what is happening and they have seen what is happening. Incidents reported shortly. A tremendous investigation going on and this is a case where they are trying to steal an election, to rig an election and we cannot get that happen," Trump said.
"We think there is going to be a lot of litigation as we have so much evidence, so much proof and it is going to end up perhaps at the highest court in the land. We will see. But we think there will be a lot of litigation.
"I have a feeling judges are going to have to rule but there has been a lot of shenanigans and we cannot stand for that in our country."
His rival Joe Biden is still in front with 264 electoral college votes, with Trump trailing with 214.
All eyes are on Nevada, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Georgia to see what the outcome will be.
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