Despite the US Presidential election setback, a top White House official said on Friday that the White House is scheduling a second term for US President Donald Trump.
“We are moving forward here at the White House under the assumption that there will be a second Trump term,” trade adviser to President Peter Navarro said to the media.
Almost a week after US media had declared that the President, Joe Biden, was defeated by Democratic President Trump, the president still has to accept.
President Trump lost the Democrat candidate Joe Biden to both the people’s and the electoral votes at the presidential elections. While Joe Biden secured 290 elections and 7,81,14,089 popular votes, which accounted for 50,9% of votes, Donald Trump, on the other hand, won only 232 elections and 7,27,41,954 popular votes, winning only 47,4% of the votes.
The president has since made only a few public appearances and has mounted legal proceedings in many states, claiming voter irregularities without presenting facts.
Navarro echoed the undisputed arguments of Trump supporters: “We’re searching for verifiable ballots and certifiable ballots as well as an investigation into the growing amount of complaints of misconduct that have been undersigned by witnesses. ” ”
Speaking of what Biden might mean about trade policy or about China “an immaculate deception,” he regretted what “I think is moot at this point.” he called. Navarro lamented.
While US investigative services investigate the issue of voting by electoral manipulation, senior US and U.S. government election officials said there was no evidence” that hackers could exploit votes on Thursday.