US Elections: Trump threatens to seek redress from Supreme Court
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US Elections: Trump threatens to seek redress from Supreme Court

US Elections: Trump threatens to seek redress from Supreme Court

American President, Donald Trump has declared intentions to seek a redress at the Supreme Court for some irregularities during the count of the United States Elections.

According to him, he was leading the elections but his close contender Joseph Robinette Biden Jnr known as Joe Biden wanted to use dubious means to take the power from his hand.

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Addressing the party members earlier today, President Trump urged his supporters to calm their nerves as he enrolled adequate measures to ensure the counting of the elections is done fairly in order not to disenfranchise any citizen.

He stated that the number of people who went out to exercise their franchise was massive and expressed readiness to ensure no one is disfranchised due to Biden’s act.

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“I thank the American people for the tremendous support, I also thank my wife the first lady and the vice president for the great job.”

“We were getting ready for the big celebration, we were winning everything and all of a sudden everything was called off,” President Trump bemoaned.

He insisted that the elections results phenomenon as he won Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and other states which he won with massive gap and yet not tabulated.

To President Trump, he had a lot of life in the results and would not sit for the opposition and sad group of people to use unfair means to disenfranchise other good citizens of the country to climb the presidential throne.

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He promised that he would not sit arm folded to deny the counts of some citizens, hence his intentions to seek redress from the supreme Court.

Currently, Joe Biden is leading by 25 votes with a total of 238 wile Donald Trump has 213 votes.

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Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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