Donald Trump wants to “fight like the devil.”
The US President and Joe Biden have called the Georgia runoff election a directional election for the US.
Donald Trump also confirmed during an election campaign in the US state of Georgia that he wants to hold onto his office. “You will not conquer the White House, we will fight like hell,” said the elected president at an event in Dalton shortly before two runoffs for the US Senate in Georgia. Trump repeated his unproven election fraud allegations in his 83-minute speech.
The Republican again claimed he won the November 3rd election. The clear winner was Democrat Joe Biden, who is due to be sworn in on January 20th. In front of thousands of supporters, Trump called on MPs to object to the certification of individual states’ results in Congress on Wednesday. A group of Republican MPs from the House of Representatives and a dozen senators have announced their intention to appeal against individual states’ results. However, disruptive action should only prolong the procedure and have no consequences for the outcome. The project is controversial among Republicans.