As the U.S. election results continue to trickle in, Donald Trump has taken to social media to claim his lead in some states has “magically disappeared.”
On November 4, the day after the American polls closed, the current U.S. leader made some pretty bold accusations.
Trump claimed that “one by one” his leads started to vanish and called the circumstances “VERY STRANGE.”
In a follow-up tweet, Trump asked, "How come every time they count Mail-In ballot dumps they are so devastating in their percentage and power of destruction?"
As it stands, he appears to have no evidence that any of the voting so far has been fraudulent.
His comments come as Democrat Joe Biden has reportedly taken the lead in swing states Wisconsin and Michigan, where Trump was previously leading per the polls.
In the early hours of Wednesday morning, he prematurely declared himself the election winner.
He also said he’s prepared to head to the Supreme Court to stop vote counting, but didn’t explain what legal position he’d take to do so.
Many of the U.S. leader’s social media posts are now getting flagged by moderators on Twitter and Facebook as being potentially “misleading.”