US President Donald Trump confirmed, Sunday evening, that major cases will be raised that show the unconstitutionality of the 2020 presidential elections.
In a tweet on his Twitter account, Trump wrote: “There are many cases filed across the country that are not ours, but those of people who witnessed horrific violations in the elections.”
“Our big issues that show the unconstitutionality of the 2020 elections will soon be brought, and we will present the things that have been done to change the outcome,” he added.
Trump’s tweets caused controversy and confusion over his admission of his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, to win the elections or to continue his legal campaign against the results.
Trump wrote in a tweet on “Twitter” Sunday: “He won because the elections were rigged,” which was considered by international media to acknowledge for the first time the victory of his opponent in the presidential elections that were held on the third of November, but he repeated his allegations of manipulating the election result.
Many of the court cases being filed all over the Country are not ours, but rather those of people that have seen horrible abuses. Our big cases showing the unconstitutionality of the 2020 Election, & the outrage of things that were done to change the outcome, will soon be filed!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 15, 2020
Bolton attacks Trump.
For his part, former National Security Adviser John Bolton said that Republican Party leaders should explain to voters that President Donald Trump lost the presidential election. However, he “has not given up yet.”
“I think it is essential for Republican leaders to explain to our voters, who are not as stupid as the Democrats think, that Trump actually lost the election and his claims about election fraud are baseless,” he said.
He continued, “The truth is that we have seen litigation in all major states, and it has consistently failed.”
Bolton indicated that there is no convincing evidence from the Trump campaign so far of irregularities in the electoral process, adding: “It is clear and clear that there is no evidence.”
But he reiterated that he “does not agree with those who say that Trump hypnotizes Republicans until they are unable to accept the truth.”