US President Donald Trump on Monday stated the mainstream media had been so inaccurate of their polls that it amounted to “much more than voter and campaign finance suppression” and that they need to be known as out for election interference. In a sequence of tweets, Trump stated that Fox News, Quinnipiac Poll, ABC/Washington Post, NBC/Wall Street Journal had been so inaccurate with their polls on him that it truly is tampering with an election.
“They were so far off in their polling, and in their attempt to suppress – that they should be called out for Election Interference,” Trump said.
“ABC/WaPo had me down 17 factors in Wisconsin, the day earlier than the election, and I WON! In Iowa, the polls had us 4 factors down, and I received by 8.
2 p.c!” he said.
Fox News and Quinnipiac were wrong on everything, he asserted.
“The worst polling ever, after which they’re going to be again in 4 years to do it once more. This is way more then voter and marketing campaign finance suppression! (sic)” Trump stated.
In one other tweet, Trump stated Pennsylvania prevented his marketing campaign from watching a lot of the Ballot depend. “Unthinkable and illegal in this country,” he stated.
“Wisconsin is looking very good. Needs a little time statutorily. Will happen soon!” Trump said, without giving any details.
“Georgia will be a big presidential win, as it was the night of the Election!” Trump tweeted.
“Nevada is turning out to be a cesspool of Fake Votes,” he said adding that the finding when released, will be absolutely shocking.
“The threshold identification of Ballots is turning out to be even bigger than originally anticipated. A very large number of Ballots are impacted.
Stay tuned!” Trump said.
Following a tense week of vote tallying, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, 77, on Saturday won the state of Pennsylvania and vaulted ahead in the race to become the next president of the United States.
Biden’s win in the key battleground state put him over the threshold of 270 electoral votes, cutting off all avenues for his opponent, incumbent Republican President Donald Trump.
Trump has not conceded defeat yet and has alleged voter fraud.