The president believes it would be challenging for him to announce the Democrats won the election if the electors make that call.
President Donald Trump warned the Electoral College would make a serious error in judgment if it announced his Democratic rival Joe Biden winner of the 2020 presidential race.
“If they do, they made a mistake,” the president said, according to the Washington Examiner.
The Oval Office has expressed concerns through the justice system about evidence of several election irregularities that transpired in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other jurisdictions.
These complaints are based on individual time-stamped entries that clearly show the incumbent had a comfortable lead against Biden until early on the morning after Election Day.
“Trump was leading above 51 percent all night and then lost the lead [in Wisconsin] with the data dump,” one voting tally chart said in a screenshot shared on Twitter. “Data dump giving Biden 143,379 votes at 3:42 a.m.”
A second individual time-stamped entry set shows the president had between a 51 and 53 percent lead over Biden in Michigan until the morning after, on Nov. 4.
“At 6:31 a.m., a vote dump of 149,772 votes came in. Biden received 134,886 votes,” the voting tally chart said in a screenshot shared on Twitter. “That is 96 percent of the batch.”
Since the integrity of the election system is in question, the incumbent is unwilling to declare Biden as the winner until the matter has been pursued to the law’s maximum extent.
“It is going to be a very hard thing to concede,” Trump said.
The Associated Press was one of the quickest media outlets to declare Biden the winner and recently claimed the Democrat had attracted a record-high number of votes that included illegal ballots. However, it appeared to overlook the highest-ever 73 million out of 140 million legal votes for the incumbent who still allegedly lost.
“[I] just saw the vote tabulations, there is no way Biden got 80,000,000 votes,” the president said on Twitter. “This was a 100 percent rigged election.”
“Now 73,000,000 legal votes,” the president added on Twitter.
He also criticized Biden for refusing to wait until the official result was announced and began appointing a new chief of staff and an entire team of Cabinet members.
“I think it is not right he is trying to pick a Cabinet,” the president said, according to the Washington Examiner.
Despite the irregularities, the president has confirmed he will “certainly” move out of the White House if the Electoral College declares Biden the winner despite the incumbent winning by a “tremendous amount.”
However, it is still unknown whether President Trump would attend Biden’s inauguration ceremony if the event proceeds on Jan. 20.
“Trump will not say if he will attend Biden’s inauguration,” CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins said on Twitter. “He says he knows the answer but does not want to say.”