Trump Calls for Stop Counting in US Election
Earlier, CNN reported that the campaign headquarters of the current US President may file lawsuits in connection with the processing of ballots in the states of Arizona and Nevada
TASS, November 5. The current US President Donald Trump has called for a halt to the counting of votes in the last Tuesday elections in the United States.
"Stop counting [votes]!" He wrote on his Twitter page
On Wednesday, CNN reported, citing sources, that Trump's campaign headquarters may be filing lawsuits in connection with the processing of ballots in the states of Arizona and Nevada. Earlier, Trump's headquarters filed lawsuits demanding to suspend the processing of ballots in the states of Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan. In addition, Republican representatives said they would request a recount in Wisconsin.
General elections were held in the United States on Tuesday. They elected the president and vice president, all 435 members of the House of Representatives and a third of the Senate of the US Congress, governors of 13 states and territories. The winner of the presidential race has not yet been determined. According to Fox News, incumbent President Donald Trump has already secured the support of 214 electors, while Democratic candidate Joseph Biden has 264. To win, a candidate must receive 270 votes.