Trump Gives Update On State Of The 2020 Election At The White House (VIDEO)

President Trump held a press conference at the White House on Thursday to give the country an update on the state of the election.

He pointed out that if legal votes are counted, he clearly won.

He also said that this is far from over.

FOX News reports:

Trump claims Dems are trying to ‘steal’ election, says he’ll win if ‘legal votes’ are counted

A defiant President Trump on Thursday said he and his campaign will “not allow corruption to steal” the election during a press conference at the White House, while maintaining that he will win the 2020 presidential race despite a dwindling path toward reelection as votes continue to come in.

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The president, speaking from the James S. Brady press briefing room at the White House on Thursday evening, said that his “goal is to defend the integrity of the election.”

“If you count the legal votes, I easily win,” the president said.

“We will not allow corruption to steal such an important election—or any election for that matter,” Trump said. “We can’t allow anyone to silence our voters or manufacture results.”

The president said many polling places wouldn’t let “legally permitted observers” watch the ballot counting.

“This is a case where they’re trying to steal an election — trying to rig an election,” he said.

Trump has continually made numerous allegations of fraud and malfeasance on the part of Democrats in the days after Election Day.

Watch the whole thing below:

This is not over.

And it might not be for quite a while.

 

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