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It's been a month since Americans went to the polls to determine who will be their leader for the next few years and the Democratic candidate was crowned the winner.
Trump has launched several legal actions, recounts, and investigations to see whether the 2020 ballot can be turned in his favour.
All, so far, have either been blocked, failed or ended up giving Biden more votes.
He's released a 46-minute video that again claimed - without evidence - widespread election fraud.
The President said: "This election was rigged. Everyone knows it. I don't mind if I lose an election, but I want to lose an election fair and square. What I don't want to do is have it stolen from the American people.
"It is statistically impossible that the person - me - that led the charge lost.
"The greatest pollsters, the real pollsters - not the ones that had us down 17 points in Wisconsin when we actually won, while the ones that had us down four or five points in Florida and we won by many points or had us even down in Texas, and we won by a lot - not those pollsters but real pollsters that are fair and honest.
"We can't understand a thing like this: it's never happened before you led the country to victory and you were the only one that was lost. It's not possible."
He still hasn't been able to prove that it was rigged and even his Attorney General, William Barr, said there has been no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
Trump has also indicated that he plans to make another shot at the White House when the 2024 election rolls round.
He hosted a party at the White House this week, with many attendees seen in a video from the event not wearing masks, and told everyone that a Trump administration isn't over.
"It's been an amazing four years. We're trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I'll see you in four years."
President-elect Joe Biden has already begun his work, and has been praised over his plans to reverse Trump's ban of allowing transgender people to serve in the military.
According to ABC News, a policy document revealed the Biden campaign said Trump and Vice President Mike Pence 'have given hate against LGBTQ+ individuals safe harbour and rolled back critical protections'.
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