US election: Report says Trump has threatened not to leave the White House

US election: Report says Trump has threatened not to leave the White House

- Emerging reports suggest the controversy surrounding the outcome of the US election has not subsided

- President Donald Trump has made a comment that may threaten the US democratic process

- Some aides of the US president have reacted to his controversial statement

The acrimony over the outcome of the US presidential election has deepened further with Donald Trump reportedly threatening not to vacate the White House on inauguration day.

According to CNN, Trump made the threat when speaking with some advisers. The report stated that few aides of the president are alarmed over his comments.

US election: Uncertainty as Trump reportedly vows not to leave White House
President Donald Trump has refused to concede. Photo: Oliver Contreras
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However, a handful of people in the president circle doubt he will actually follow through on his threat.

An adviser said:

"He's going to leave. He's just lashing out."

Business Insider reported that the White House declined to comment on the CNN report after it was contacted.

Trump has continued to be in denial about his election loss. He has alleged that Biden stole the election through widespread voter fraud.

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The president has, however, failed to provide evidence to back his claims.

Meanwhile, members of the US electoral college have affirmed Joe Biden's presidential election victory, one of the final steps required for him to take office.

According to Daily Mail, the president-elect's electoral college win became official on Monday, December 14, with California's votes pushing him over the 270 vote threshold.

In another report, a former United States presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, has called for the abolition of the electoral college voting in the country's presidential election.

The Democrat and former secretary of state argued the winner should be determined by the popular vote and not by a group of electors.

In a tweet on her official Twitter handle on Monday, December 14, Clinton, who was one of the New York electors who voted for Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, said voters on the ground should determine their leader.

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