Trump admitted that it will be "very difficult" for him to admit the defeat

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Trump admitted that it will be "very difficult" for him to admit the defeat
Trump admitted that it will be "very difficult" for him to admit the defeat
27 November 2020, 11:10In the worldPhoto: cnbc.com
US President Donald Trump announced that he would leave the White House if the electors cast their votes to his opponent Joseph Biden.

“Of course, you already know that”, - Trump said in response to a corresponding question from a correspondent.

Trump indicated that if the electors decide to vote for Biden, "they will be making a mistake".

“It will be very difficult to admit defeat”, - the US president admitted, again accusing the Democrats of “massive electoral fraud”.

Meanwhile, Biden is recruiting up to 306 electors against the required 270. Trump is confident that "the elections were lost by the Democrats," and again demands to reconsider the voting results.

"They cheated. These were fraudulent elections. We must turn the election results around”, -Trump told a Republican group during a meeting in Pennsylvania, claiming that he had evidence of fraud.

At the same time, on November 24, Trump ordered the General Services Administration (GSA) to “do whatever is needed” according to the “initial protocols” for the transfer of power to Biden. He allowed the beginning of formal procedures, but refused to admit his defeat in the elections.

Recall that on the eve of Thanksgiving, Trump pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who was accused of giving false testimony to the FBI about contacts with Russia.

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