called “illegal” voting in the state that won Joe Biden


President Donald Trump speaks at the White House, Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

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President Donald Trump speaks at the White House, Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Donald Trump first used his Twitter account, this Monday, to kick out your defense minister. Hours later, he used the platform again but this time to renew his allegations of alleged fraud in the presidential elections that finally gave Democrat Joe Biden and his vice Kamala Harris the winner.

Thus, Trump denounced for example that “Nevada is becoming a cesspool of false votes” and said they will reveal “absolutely shocking” data.

The former president of the United States also argued that Pennsylvania “prevented us from seeing much of the ballot count.” And he accused: “Unthinkable and illegal in this country.” Pennsylvania, remember, is the state that gave victory to its Democratic rival.

It is that after a count that was unusually extended by a barrage of more than 100 million votes By mail, it was announced that the disputed state of Pennsylvania had finally turned in favor of Biden, when at first he was in favor of Trump.

So Biden – former senator and vice president of Barack Obama- managed to reach the 270 minimum electoral votes necessary to get to the presidency and erase the aspirations of the Republican, who was seeking a second term. Then Biden added Nevada.

Finally, in his tweets this Monday, Trump was enthusiastic about Wisconsin and concluded: “Georgia will be a great presidential victory.”

Earlier, also from Twitter, the outgoing president announced changes in the cabinet in this way: “Mark Esper has finished.” And announced that his replacement will be Christopher Miller, National Director of Counterterrorism.

“Please wear a chinstrap”, was for his part the statement of Joe Biden, also this Monday, through a brief statement. It was in his capacity as president-elect of the United States.

Biden called on infectious disease experts, doctors, scientists, former Health officials to make a plan against the pandemic, which he and Kamala Harris will put in place. when they take office on January 20, 2020.

The Democrat also applauded the news about a promising coronavirus vaccine, but warned that Americans should be aggressive with wearing chinstraps and social distancing as infections continue to rise across the country.

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr, 77, he had already called for unity and to “rebuild the soul of the country” when he gave his first speech at the head of the White House over the weekend.


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