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Donald Trump Says 'Time Will Tell' Who Will Be In The White House In January

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Donald Trump Says 'Time Will Tell' Who Will Be In The White House In January

Donald Trump says only 'time will tell' who will be in the White House in January.

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Speaking about the possibility of the US going into a second national lockdown, the President said while it's not certain in his mind whether he or Joe Biden will be in charge come the start of next year, he will not close the country down again.

He said: "Whatever happens in the future who knows... which administration will be... I guess time will tell but I can tell you this administration won't go into lockdown."

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This seems to be the first time the 74-year-old has even entertained the notion that he did not win the presidential election earlier this month.

Most people, however, are pretty stuck on the fact that he lost and that Biden will be sitting in the Oval Office come 20 January.

And plenty of people have been poking fun at Trump's unwillingness to admit defeat.

For example, if you type www.loser.com into your search engine, it will send you to Trump's Wikipedia page.

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Donald Trump says only 'time will tell' who will be in the White House next year. Credit: PA
Donald Trump says only 'time will tell' who will be in the White House next year. Credit: PA

The owner of the domain, Brian Connelly, has used the URL over the years to troll people who he doesn't like and it seems like the outgoing US President is his latest target.

And he has directed his loser.com site to Trump in the past, particularly back in late 2015.

Speaking to The Next Web, Brian said: "The reason why I did it was because we can't have a xenophobe as President. My wife and I were flabbergasted about Trump's attacks on Muslims. Fear is just not a good platform to stand up on."

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Following the election, Trump launched legal cases in several states, claiming that fraud had be committed and 'illegal votes' were being counted.

He even set up a hotline where people could call up to report cases of voter fraud they had witnessed or had suspicions about. But it didn't really go according to plan.

Rather than a huge surge of people backing Trump, the phone line was hijacked by prank callers celebrating Joe Biden's victory.

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After the number was shared on social media by the Republican party and others, lots of people seized the opportunity to have one final dig at the incumbent and inundated his staff with fake calls.

In a video posted to TikTok, one user called to report an incident of voter fraud in Arizona, but when she is asked exactly what happened, it quickly becomes apparent she isn't as sincere as she claims.

Referencing Anderson Cooper's cutting remarks about Trump's efforts to keep hold of the presidency, she says: "Yeah, so there's an obese turtle that has rolled over onto its back."

Another phoned to say: "I was in line to vote, and like, there was this guy there. I don't know that this is considered fraud or anything, but he was there and he challenged me to a fiddle competition.

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"He had red skin and horns, and was very adamant about a fiddle competition, otherwise Biden was going to win."

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Topics: Entertainment, Funny, US Politics, US News

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