Donald Trump continues to make voter fraud allegations
Trump is yet to concede, despite Biden declaring victory on Saturday.
Donald Trump is continuing to make voter fraud allegations, complaining that "systemic problems" may have resulted in him losing the election.
While Trump hasn't officially conceded, Joe Biden declared victory on Saturday, with every major news organisation in America having called the election for him.
Trump posted another Twitter thread on Sunday, attributing his words to Jonathon Turley, the Chair of Public Interest Law at George Washington University.
He said: "We should look at the votes. We’re just beginning the tabulation stage. We should look at these allegations. We’re seeing a number of affidavits that there has been voter fraud. We have a history in this country of election problems.
"In Pennsylvania you had an order by a Supreme Court Justice to compel them to separate ballots that were received after the legislative deadline. It required the intervention of Justice Alito.
"That’s a large group of ballots. When you talk about systemic problems, it’s about how these ballots were authenticated, because if there’s a problem in the system about authentication, that would seriously affect the ENTIRE ELECTION - And what concerns me is that we had over a hundred million mail-in ballot in cites like Philadelphia and Detroit with a long series of election problems (to put it mildly)."
While Trump remains yet to concede the election, a number of Republicans have congratulated Biden on his win, including Jeb Bush.
Congratulations to President-elect Biden. I have prayed for our President most of my adult life. I will be praying for you and your success. Now is the time to heal deep wounds. Many are counting on you to lead the way.
— Jeb Bush (@JebBush) November 7, 2020