Despite victory speeches from both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, Donald Trump’s tweets suggest that he’s not going to concede any time soon.

In a series of new posts on Twitter, the soon-to-be-former president reiterated his claims of fraud in the U.S. election.

Trump’s tweets, which appear to quote former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, claim that “the big city machines are corrupt” and “this was a stolen election.”

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“....Where it mattered, they stole what they had to steal,” he added, tagging Gingrich.

Like several of Trump’s most recent social media posts, the tweet was tagged as potentially misleading by Twitter.

The disclaimer “This claim about election fraud is disputed” has been added to almost all of his most recent tweets.

These posts come just hours after the ex-president declared “I WON THE ELECTION,” despite victory speeches from both Biden and Harris.

According to the Associated Press, Trump has not presented any evidence that the U.S. election results were dishonest or illegal. 

Regardless, he has still threatened to launch legal action against the projected result come Monday.

*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.

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