Trump tweeted that there had been a "cesspool of fake votes" and "unthinkable and illegal" activity during the election and in response, Twitter added a warning label: "This claim about election fraud is disputed". Twitter's also flagging his tweets with the fact that Joe Biden won the election.
Trump has still not believed that he has lost the elections to Joe Biden. Donald Trump is persistent of his fallacious allegation of fraudulent elections.
Trump has made numerous accusations of voter fraud following his loss to the 78-year-old Biden. He has also demanded that the ballots should be recounted.
Recently, he tweeted to his 88.6 million followers that there had been a "cesspool of fake votes" and "unthinkable and illegal" activity during the election.
On November 16, POTUS insisted once again on Twitter: "I WON THE ELECTION!" Twitter slapped his tweet with a warning: "This claim about election fraud is disputed"
Twitter also provided its users a link to a page offering more information about the results.
I WON THE ELECTION!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 16, 2020
Biden's victory was confirmed on December 14, after California's 55 Electoral College votes were counted, meaning he had more than the 270 votes needed to win.
As per AP News, Biden made this speech after his victory was confirmed:
"Once again in America, the rule of law, our Constitution, and the will of the people have prevailed. Our democracy — pushed, tested, threatened — proved to be resilient, true, and strong."
Earlier the warning from Twitter said: "Official sources called this election differently".
Now that the Electoral College has confirmed Joe Biden's win, Twitter has changed this label to "Election officials have certified Joe Biden as the winner of the U.S. Presidential election".
On December 19, the president tweeted: "The lie of the year is that Joe Biden won!" The false tweet was again slammed with the new warning: "Election officials have certified Joe Biden as the winner of the U.S. Presidential election".
Even though Trump tried his best to claim the elections were fraudulent and even threatened legal action, the national, state, and private election officials have called the election the "most secure" in "American history".
On 12th November 2020, a joint statement from these officials was put forward, stating: "there is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised".
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