The outgoing US President Donald Trump has said that he will leave the White House only after Joe Biden of the Electoral College is declared winner after the presidential election on November 3. With this, he once again reiterated his unbridled claims of fraud in the elections.
Trump also said in his speech on Thanksgiving Day that it would be a big mistake for Electoral College if Biden was declared the winner. Trump was asked by reporters at the White House on Thursday what he would do if Biden of the Electoral College was declared the winner.
In response, he said that it would be very difficult to accept. On the question of leaving the White House, he said, “Of course, I will leave and you know that too.” Asked about his last ‘Thanksgiving’ plans in the White House, he said, ‘You can’t tell what’s the first, what’s the last.’
He said that it could also be the first (Thanksgiving) of the second term. At the same time, Trump also talked about rallying for the by-election for two Senate seats in Georgia. He said he would rally in Georgia on Saturday with thousands of his supporters for Republican candidates Senator David Perdue and Senator Kelly Loeffle.
Only after the by-election to be held here on January 5 will it be clear which party Georgia goes to. Significantly, Biden has won the US presidential election, but Trump has not yet admitted his defeat and has filed several lawsuits against the election results.