On Sunday Donald Trump said that his fight to challenge the results of the November 3 presidential polls is "not over," whilst the formal certification of the election leads to favour of President-elect Joe Biden is scheduled on Monday.
Trump said that albeit the Supreme Court rejected a case brought by Texas against several swing states over their elections, he still has other challenges live .Trump has repeatedly claimed that the last month's US election was rigged.
The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a bid from Texas' attorney general and backed by President Trump to dam the ballots of many voters in battleground states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin that went in favour of Biden.
"No, it isn't over. We keep going. And we're getting to still proceed ," Trump told Fox and Friends in an interview when asked about the dismissal of the lawsuit filed by Texas and 17 others states seeking to overthrow the election leads to four battleground states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin.
Trump claimed that he won Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia while noting that he has an ongoing case in Wisconsin."MOST CORRUPT ELECTION IN US HISTORY!" Trump said in an all caps tweet Sunday.
"How do states and politicians confirm an election where corruption and irregularities are documented throughout? A Swing State hustle!" the president said in another tweet.Trump, a Republican, lost the November 3 presidential elections to Joe Biden, who is now the president-elect.
During the interview, he rued that his team didn't get enough time in challenging the election results."They give us little or no time. But we caught them, as you recognize , as fraudulent, dropping ballots, doing numerous things, nobody can even believe it," he said.He alleged that votes were cast within the name of dead people which tens of thousands of ballots were illegally submitted.State officials and media have said that those allegations are unsubstantiated and there has been no evidence of mas level fraud .Responding to an issue , Trump refused to discuss the inauguration of Biden.
Trump has thus far refused to concede the elections, whilst he has directed officials to follow the transition process.When asked about Monday's body vote, which is when the country officially elects the president, Trump recognised that he's under a time crunch.
Meanwhile, Trump has lost his latest legal challenge seeking to overturn Georgia's election results, with the state Supreme Court's rejection late Saturday of a case from Trump's campaign and Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer.