“Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor,” Trump said in a statement issued by his campaign.
He also said the campaign will “start prosecuting” the cases in court beginning on Monday.
Trump’s campaign has launched multiple lawsuits in battleground states, including Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia. The campaign team has also called for a recount in Wisconsin, and a state official of Georgia said the state would conduct a recount.
As of Saturday, Biden is leading the presidential election with 273 electoral votes, while Trump has taken 213, according to CNN.
The Wall Street Journal has forecast a higher number of electoral votes for the former vice president at 290, awarding him Arizona and Nevada, which respectively carry 11 and 6 votes.
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There is a lot of evidence to make the claim that their was massive amount of vote fraud involved in this election. Trump is well within his rights to drag the matter into the courts. You gotta ask yourself how does a politician with tens of thousands of voters attending his campaign rallies get defeated by a guy that cannot get 25 people to attend a rally. Joe Biden could not fair and square win an election for dog catcher in the US.