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Trump refuses to concede: ‘Election is far from over’

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Trump refuses to concede: ‘Election is far from over’

DONALD TRUMP. In this file photo taken on February 28, 2018, US President Donald Trump takes part in a meeting with bipartisan members of Congress on school and community safety, in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, DC. - Incumbent US President Donald Trump has been denied a second term after challenger, former US Vice President Joe Biden won the election, TV networks projected on November 7, 2020, a victory sealed after the Democrat claimed several key battleground states won by the Republican incumbent in 2016. CNN, NBC News and CBS News called the race in his favor, after projecting he had won the decisive state of Pennsylvania. His running mate, US Senator Kamala Harris, has become the first woman US Vice President elected to the office. Photo by Mandel Ngan/AFP

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Joe Biden 'is rushing to falsely pose as the winner,' claims defeated presidential candidate Donald Trump

Donald Trump, refusing to concede defeat in the US presidential election, said Saturday, November 8 (Sunday, November 9, Manila time), that Joe Biden was “rushing to falsely pose as the winner” after television networks declared the Democrat’s victory.

“We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to help him: they don’t want the truth to be exposed,” Trump said.

“The simple fact is this election is far from over.”

Trump underlined that states had not yet certified the results, and his campaign has launched multiple legal challenges.

Trump refuses to concede: ‘Election is far from over’

However, near complete results issued by each state showed an insurmountable lead for Biden, allowing network news channels to call the overall result, as they do every election. – Rappler.com

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