US election: President Trump alleges vote-stealing as Biden takes lead

US election: President Trump alleges vote-stealing as Biden takes lead

- The counting of US election is still ongoing with President Donald Trump fuming over what he termed as "vote-stealing"

- Trump said alleged that votes were still being cast after the polls were already closed in reaction to Joe Biden's early lead

- The president said he will make a statement on the election results on Wednesday, October 4

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There is anxiety in the United State as counting of the election result is still ongoing, with President Donald Trump alleging that votes were still cast after the polls were closed.

In a flash statement on Twitter on Wednesday morning, November 4, Trump said that he will be making a key statement on the results of the election.

The president alleged that Biden and his party are trying to "steal the election", threatening that "we will never let them do it."

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US election: President Trump alleges vote-stealing as Biden takes lead

Donald Trump said he will make a statement on the election results as Joe Biden takes an early lead. Credit: Associated Press
Source: Twitter

Although Trump looked like he would pull the magic earlier having won 13 states, Biden overtook the incumbent president on the electoral vote scoresheet.

Sensing a possible defeat, Trump said he would never allow Biden to win the election as there was vote-stealing, with the US president's statement likely to incite violence.

"We are up BIG, but they are trying to steal the election. We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed."

Trump also declared that he would make a statement on the election results.

Meanwhile, the US former vice president and presidential hopeful Biden has given his supporters his words, saying he will fight for them "come rain or shine."

The 77-year-old gave this assurance on Tuesday, November 3, through a post on Instagram where he commands over 5 million followers.

Biden, a former senator who served as the 47th US vice president under Barack Obama, is being favoured to win the election according to many online poll and predictions.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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