Trump reveals why he didn’t win US presidential race

US President Donald Trump |Photo: File

Nov 19, 2020 (Thessherald)–President Trump, who has been alleging voting irregularities, revealed this evening that there was a clear indication of voter fraud, as evidenced by the 20,000 dead people found on the Pennsylvania voter list.

“Evidence of voter fraud continues to grow, including 20,000 dead people on the Pennsylvania voters roll and many thousands all over the Country,” Trump alleged.

Adding that “now, there has been an artificial number of votes in favor of Joe Biden.”

Trump further claims that, “ thousands of uncounted votes discovered in Georgia counties. When the much more important signature match takes place, the State will flip Republican, and very quickly.”

Trump blames COVID-19 for failing him in US Presidential race

Donald Trump cries foul over his opponent, Joe Biden, accusing him of vote rigging |Photo: File

Nov 10, 2020 (Thessherald)–The Incumbent President of the United States, Donald Trump, who recently failed to hit 270-threshold votes in the US election, is blaming the Coronavirus for undermining his efforts to secure a second term in the White House.

He also pointed an accusing finger at the US Food and Drug Administration for impeding and delaying in announcing a breakthrough in the Covid-19 vaccine as a way to deprive him of credit.

“The FDA and the Democrats didn’t want to have me get a Vaccine WIN, prior to the election, so instead it came out five days later – As I’ve said all along,” Trump Twitted on social media.

Donald Trump

Trump claimed that if it were Joe Biden’s tenure, the administrative bureaucracy would have made it very difficult for vulnerable people to receive COVID-19 vaccines.

“If Joe Biden were President, you wouldn’t have the Vaccine for another four years, nor would the FDA have ever approved it so quickly. The bureaucracy would have destroyed millions of lives.”

Donald Trump

Until now, Trump still believes that had it not been for the vote rigging in some US cities, he would have won by an overwhelming margin against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Europe’s leaders congratulate Biden-Harris on winning US election

By Anadolu Agency
President-Elect, Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris |Photo |Courtesy

Nov. 7, 2020 (Thessherald)–European leaders on Saturday congratulated US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on their capturing the White House, as projected by major media outlets.

French President Emmanuel Macron on Twitter sent a congratulatory message to Biden and Harris saying: “We have a lot to do to overcome today’s challenges. Let’s work together!”

Angela Merkel, Germany’s first female chancellor, congratulated Biden as well as Kamala Harris, the “first female vice president,” her spokesperson said on Twitter.

“I look forward to working together with President Biden in the future. Our transatlantic friendship is indispensable if we are to face the greatest challenges of our time,” said Merkel.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also took Twitter to congratulate Biden and Harris on their “historic achievement.”

“The US is our most important ally and I look forward to working closely together on our shared priorities, from climate change to trade and security,” said Johnson, whose nation forms one half of the US-UK “special relationship.”

Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo also said: “A record number of people have cast their vote in this election. This illustrates the vibrancy of the American political life and its democracy.”

Robert Abela, prime minister of the island nation of Malta, also congratulated Biden and Harris on their victory, adding that Harris “as first woman VP in the US – [is] so inspiring.”

“Congratulations to the American people and institutions for an outstanding turnout of democratic vitality,” said Giuseppe Conte, Italy’s prime minister.

“We are ready to work with the President-elect Joe Biden to make the transatlantic relationship stronger. The US can count on Italy as a solid Ally and a strategic partner,” he added.

While such congratulations from world leaders are standard, they carry added poignancy after nearly four years of defeated incumbent Donald Trump, who has strained US relations with most of its Western allies.

Trump has promised to challenge the race’s outcome, but messages to Biden by such major players as Britain and Germany also may put pressure on the outgoing president to concede.