In his final words Tuesday morning, Nov. 3, before voters head out to cast their ballots, President Trump, in a dialogue with Fox News, was optimistic and said there is a good chance of winning the election. 

In a last-minute speech, President Trump in a telephone communication with “Fox & Friends” assured that he has a “solid chance to win” another four years in the White House. The phone conversation was the president’s last chance to address voters before they headed to the polls.

Trump was cheerful and optimistic, noting as a positive sign the large crowds that accompanied him at recent events, especially in Michigan yesterday. “Well, we feel great!”

In the final stretch prior to Election Day, President Trump demonstrated an inexhaustible energy as he toured 14 locations in the last 3 days seeking re-election as president, ending on Monday, Nov. 2, with 5 events in the states of North Carolina, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, as described in detail earlier in The BL.

Today in his last public appearance, on Fox News, President Trump addressed part of his comments to the still undecided voters and focused his words on highlighting the economic achievements of his administration prior to the CCP Virus. 

President Trump again warned about his opponent, Democratic candidate Joe Biden and the far left circle surrounding him. He specifically named Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) and vice president candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.). 

“Joe is going to have a hard time, he won’t be able to handle it,” President Trump said of his circle of power. Later, he predicted that if Biden tried to exercise control over his party, he might not last long in office. “Joe Biden will never make the decisions, and if he does, he won’t be there for long,” the president added.

When asked by the Fox co-host what would happen if Biden wins and the Democrats take control of the Senate, while maintaining their majority in the House, Trump gave a terrible warning. “Our country could never be the same country if they win,” he said, specifically referring to Democrats’ threats to change Senate rules and expand the Supreme Court so they could add liberal justices. “If they pack the courts that will be a terrible thing,” Trump said.

Regarding when the election results will be known, President Trump was upset by the attitude of Democrats and like-minded groups, who pushed for several key states to allow ballots to be received in the days following Nov. 3, which will mean that unless there is an obvious difference, the result cannot be known for several days.

Although this is an election with record voter turnout, more than 100 million people have already cast their votes early, yet it is difficult to know who the winning candidate will be when the polls close on Tuesday night. 

President Trump has repeatedly expressed his frustration with this unfortunate situation and has repeatedly stated that Americans should be able to know the result of their vote on Election Day. 

Some malicious media have reported that if there was any advantage in the results on Tuesday night, President Trump would self-declare victory, but this information was refuted by the president himself as a “false report.”

This issue came up again during Tuesday morning’s interview on Fox, and once again, President Trump rejected the idea of an early declaration, saying he would only make an announcement “when there is a victory” and that “There is no reason to be playing around with this”