Although Americans celebrated Thanksgiving yesterday, the 2020 presidential election remained on the minds of many people. Millions of individuals traveled for the holiday and spent time with loved ones; however, the future of the nation still did not go without attention on Thursday.
Yesterday, President Trump spoke with the press regarding the 2020 presidential election. He talked about various reports of fraud, all of which his legal representatives are pursuing in a court of law. Sidney Powell, an attorney working independently of the Trump legal team, also used yesterday to bring forth lawsuits against the states of Michigan and Georgia.
Now, according to Newsmax, President Trump has declared that if the Electoral College certifies Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential election, he will exit the White House.
A Thanksgiving Update on the 2020 Presidential Election
The commander-in-chief spoke about the ongoing presidential race, both with the media and on Twitter. While speaking with the press in person, Trump explained that the election was “a fraud” due to the amount of cheating and irregularities; the president therefore also pointed out that giving a concession of the race would be difficult.
A total FRAUD. Statehouse Republicans, proud, strong and honest, will never let this travesty stand! https://t.co/N28yIoRsm5
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 26, 2020
Right around this moment arrived Trump’s verbal promise to leave the White House if the Electoral College declared Biden as the winner of the race; however, time will tell if and when the Electoral College makes this declaration.
Right now, multiple states are facing lawsuits over the decision to certify their votes; although, most haven’t even completed their certification processes yet.
More from POTUS on Thanksgiving
President Trump’s Thanksgiving messages extended far beyond talks about the 2020 presidential election.
In addition to discussing this year’s presidential race, Trump also sent a warm Thanksgiving address to members of the Armed Forces. In doing so, the president thanked military members for their service and noted the value of their sacrifices for this nation’s freedoms.
— Team Trump (@TeamTrump) November 26, 2020
In other remarks, Trump shared updates about the distribution of a vaccine for coronavirus. Per the president, some Americans will have access to the COVID-19 injection as soon as next week. The safe and speedy distribution of a coronavirus vaccine is something Trump has strived towards via his Operation Warp Speed program.
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