President Trump mentioned the possibility of losing the presidential election for the first time in a public stand today (14th).
"This administration is not going to blockade, so who knows which government will be in place?"
Correspondent Kim Soo-hyung reports from Washington.
President Trump, who held the first Corona19 round-table conference at the White House after the presidential election, argued that the worst corona situation was the only thing that looked like that due to many tests.
He said who knows which government will come in, and that the government will not blockade.
[Trump/U.S. President: Who knows what will happen in the future and which government will come in."
Time will tell.
But I can say that the government will not blockade.] In an
interview with conservative Washington Igjaminer, President Trump said the election results could be reversed, and the results would be available in two to three weeks.
He said he was betting on a recount and lawsuit, but the newspaper analyzed that Trump was aware of the hopeless situation and was trying to show his supporters fighting.
Trump advocacy groups foreshadowed a protest rally in Washington, DC tomorrow, of tens of thousands of people.
President Trump said on Twitter that he might be able to say hello to his supporters by attending an election protest rally tomorrow.
While the Trump administration has not cooperated with Biden and concerns on a security gap are growing inside the Republican Party, the transition committee has responded that it needs access to confidential information.
In Arizona and Georgia, US media predicted that biden's victory was finalized, securing 306 Biden and 232 electors by President Trump.