Donald Trump Just Tweeted 'I WON THE ELECTION' One Week After Joe Biden Won
Over a week after Joe Biden was projected to be the new U.S. president, it appears Donald Trump is still unwilling to concede.
In a tweet shared just before midnight on November 15, Trump wrote, “I WON THE ELECTION!”
Shortly after it was posted, the message was flagged by Twitter as being potentially misleading, with a pop-up message that said, “Official sources called this election differently.”
Hours earlier, he also tweeted, "We won’t let a RIGGED ELECTION steal our Country!"
Over the past 24 hours, he has stepped-up the accusations via Twitter, describing the election as “rigged” on multiple occasions.
“RIGGED ELECTION. WE WILL WIN!” he wrote on November 15.
“He [Biden] only won in the eyes of the FAKE NEWS MEDIA. I concede NOTHING!” he added just minutes later. “We have a long way to go. This was a RIGGED ELECTION!”
Trump is yet to provide any evidence of fraud and election officials have described the vote as the "most secure in American history," per BBC News.
During a press conference last week, PM Justin Trudeau assured Canadians that they could be “quite certain” the U.S. election result was accurate.