“I concede NOTHING” Trump’s obnoxious claim of voter fraud continues

US President Donald Trump paid no federal income taxes for 10 out of 15 years since 2000 | Photo: Getty Images

Washington D.C – US President Donald Trump’s obnoxious and baseless claims of voter fraud continues, as he takes to Twitter to announce he won’t be conceding anything.

President Trump left several tweets about the election being rigged, all of which was flagged by Twitter for attempting to spread false news.

Trump said the president-elect Joe Biden only won ‘in the eyes of the fake news media’ he used all caps on fake news media to show the aggression. Trump also announced that he would not be conceding as majority of democrat supporters continue to demand the president to concede. “I concede NOTHING,” Trump said.

Trump continued to criticize mail-in votes as he called votes of Americans ‘a joke’. The president also claimed that Biden won the election because observers were not allowed, which is reported to be untrue.

Joe Biden won majority of the electoral college votes as he flipped PA and Wisconsin. He was also ahead 5 million votes in popular vote, as Biden got a record 77.5 million votes. He secured 306 electoral college votes while Trump secured 232.

While President Trump is busy with false allegations, President-elect Joe Biden keeps moving forward, allocating positions to his new administration to be sworn in, come January.

Biden has already announced Ron Klain will be chosen to be his Chief of Staff. Klain is to appear on NBC later today.

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is also getting ready to take he seat at the White House, the New York Times reported. Harris is the first ever woman, the first ever black woman and the first ever Indian descendent to sit at that seat in the White House.