Trump 2020 campaign general counsel Matt Morgan issued a statement, emphasizing that although the count is not yet over, President Donald Trump will be re-elected.
“This election is not over. The false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from final,” Morgan said today, Nov. 6, as tweeted by Trump’s team, @TeamTrump.
He also informed Americans that the votes in Georgia are being counted and believes, “President Trump will ultimately prevail.”
He also referred to some irregularities that have occurred in Pennsylvania, including the marginalization of volunteer observers during the vote count.
“But we were deprived of valuable time and denied the transparency we are entitled to under state law,” Morgan noted, and despite obtaining the backing of the court his team lost precious time.
In the state of Nevada, thousands of votes were improperly sent.
Morgan predicts that President Trump will take Arizona “in spite of the irresponsible and erroneous” intervention of Fox News and The Associated Press in favor of Biden.
President Trump also affirms his victory in several of the states despite the interference of the large economic groups.
“I’ve already decisively won many critical states, including massive victories in Florida, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, to name just a few,” Trump said from the White House in a Nov. 5 speech.
He added, “We won these and many other victories despite historic election interference from big media, big money, and Big Tech.”
Trump said he has plenty of evidence that the election process has been disrupted and that’s why the Supreme Court should intervene.
“And it’s going to end up, perhaps, at the highest court in the land. We’ll see. But we think there’ll be a lot of litigation because we can’t have an election stolen by—like this,” the president said.
For President Trump, the question is not only who will win the presidential election, but the negative precedent it would set for the nation to allow electoral fraud.
“And we cannot let that happen to the United States of America,” the president warned.
“It’s not a question of who wins—Republican, Democrat; Joe, myself. We can’t let that happen to our country. We can’t be disgraced by having something like this happen,” he finally reiterated.