US election: Trump shares controversial video to back his claims of voter fraud

US election: Trump shares controversial video to back his claims of voter fraud

- President Donald Trump has again raised controversy about the outcome of the US presidential election

- The US president has maintained his claims that the poll lacked credibility

- Trump has refused to concede to Joe Biden, the reported winner of the election

President Donald Trump has shared a video to back his claims that massive fraud occurred in US presidential election.

The video which was shared by the president via Twitter on Thursday, December 10, allegedly showed some people in what appears to be an office doing some paperwork.

US election: This is my evidence - President Trump releases proof of alleged voter fraud (see video)
US President Donald Trump speaks during a ceremony presenting the presidential medal of freedom to wrestler Dan Gable in the Oval Office. Photo by Saul Loeb
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Trump argued that the clip was evidence of voter fraud.

However, the president's statement was flagged by Twitter with a warning that his claim about the election was disputed.

The president for weeks has challenged the legality of the US presidential election but has failed to provide any evidence in court to back his claims.

Meanwhile, the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday, December 8, voided a suit filed by a Republican congressman, Mike Kelly, to cancel Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania during the presidential election.

Kelly's application challenged the state's law which approved no-excuse absentee voting and insisted that the expansion of mail-in voting was outrightly unconstitutional, The Guardian reported.

Apart from the apex judicial body, many other US courts had ruled against the suit on the ground that it was dead on arrival because Kelly waited till 2020 when the law (enacted in 2019) was already in place.

In another report, while Trump and his supporters are looking for ways to change the outcome of the US presidential election, First Lady Melania Trump, has started her exit plan in earnest.

According to a report by CNN the president's wife has been preparing her move to the family's Mar-a-Lago residence in Palm Beach, Florida.

She is reported to have sent shipments to Florida and Trump's New York properties.


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