US President Donald Trump yet again claimed victory in the election in a fresh tweet, saying “we will be able to win”. Trump has not conceded in america presidential elections yet, claiming “big win” in his tweets while also mounting unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud against the Democrats. This has come even after media organisations declared Joe Biden the winner of america presidential election.
Trump tweeted approximately a “big win” on Tuesday again and accused rival Biden’s Democratic party of “trying to steal” the election – without citing any evidence. “We are up BIG, but they’re trying to STEAL the Election. We will be able to never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed!” tweeted the president.
Trump’s tweet came immediately after Biden, in an address in his hometown of Delaware, told his supporters to “retain the faith” and warned them that the last results could take some time. The president tweeted that “tens of thousands of votes were illicitly received after 8 P.M. on Tuesday, Election Day, completely and easily changing the ends up in Pennsylvania and sure other razor thin states.”
Twitter has consistently flagged all of his tweets accusing the Democrats of theft and said “some or all the satisfied shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be deceptive approximately an election or other civic process.” Right through the vote count that began on November 3, Trump tweeted or retweeted almost 37 times and Twitter flagged 13 of those tweets. Of those disclaimers, Twitter said 12 indicated that “some or all the satisfied” approximately the election in the President’s tweet is “disputed” and perhaps “deceptive.”
“Twitter is out of regulate, made conceivable through the government gift of Section 230!” Trump said in a tweet.