President-elect Donald Trump Denounced The Electoral Recounts With Baseless Evidence

By Mary Lourd - 29 Nov '16 22:28PM

Hilary Clinton won the popular vote for president in the November elections because President-elect Donald Trump claimed that millions of people voted illegally. He cannot accept the reality that he won the electoral vote but he lost most of the nation's support.

On Sunday, his pointless claims and baseless disputes fired on Twitter. His fury resulted to inappropriate tweets that he denounced the recounts with no real evidence. He mentioned that media aren't covering the issue about the serious voter fraud.

"It would have been much easier for me to win the so-called popular vote than the Electoral College in that I would only campaign in 3 or 4 states instead of the 15 states that I visited," Trump wrote. "I would have won even more easily and convincingly," he added.

He lost the popular vote by 2.2 million and counting, in New Hampshire, Virginia and mostly like in California. These are all the states that Clinton won which Trump claimed had huge numbers of fraud voters.

These three states used locally hired workers to gather the total votes from local jurisdictions, while other states used news agency to collect votes from the state election boards. Many of the states are filing a petition for the recounting of votes.

The Virginia election commissioner, Edgardo Cortes opposed that the alleged fraud during the November 8 election was unproven.  The Secretary of State, Alex Padilla responded that the allegations of fraud voters in California are absurd.

Trump provocatively offered own support for the recount. He declared that the huge number of people who voted illegally should be uncounted. The expert said that this unsuitable behavior of a President-elect is futile.

There was no evidence for this conspiracy. Neither tampering nor hacking took place that would change the results of the electoral votes. This is another bizarre drama with endless claims that illegal and fraud immigrants cast a huge number of votes.


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