The American president noted that “in many states, a large number of Republican observers were expelled from the vote counting rooms”.
The US Constitution was violated during the 3 November elections in the country as seriously as perhaps never before. This opinion was expressed on Twitter on Sunday by American President Donald Trump.
“Why do the lying media always assume that [Democrat candidate] Joe Biden will take over as president without even allowing our side to show what we are preparing for, how seriously our great constitution has been fragmented and damaged in the 2020 elections. It has been attacked as much as perhaps never before!” – wrote the American leader.
He reiterated that “in many states, a large number of [Republican] observers were expelled from the counting rooms” of American voters, “millions of ballots were redesigned by Democrats. “Those responsible for enforcing our constitution cannot allow falsified results to be announced in the 2020 elections. The whole world is watching! – Trump concluded.
The presidential elections in the USA took place on 3 November. According to estimates by leading American media, Biden secured the support of more than 270 members of the electoral college whose votes he needed to win Trump. Biden has already declared himself the winner. Trump, who was running for a second term, did not admit defeat and announced his decision to go to the courts regarding the counting of votes because he believed that there had been numerous violations during the election by the Democrats.
The American electoral system is archaic, indirect and extremely confusing. Formally, it is not the new US president and vice president who are elected, but the members of the electoral college. It is they who then, in December, meet in their state capitals and conduct their own voting, following which a new head of state is officially determined. From state to state, the ratio between the number of people and the number of electors elected differs, as does the majority or proportional summarising system. To win, a presidential candidate must have the support of more than 270 electors. The number of electors in a state depends on the number of state representatives in the United States Congress. There are a total of 538 voters.