In a moving speech at a Student Action Summit in West Palm Beach, Florida, the vice president urged the crowd to continue to support the election race, and promised those present that he will stand by the Trump administration until every legal vote is counted.

The vice president was again optimistic and energetic about the situation in the United States, regarding the evident electoral fraud that led the media to name Democratic candidate Joe Biden as president.

Despite the great amount of evidence, last week the Electoral College formalized the victory of the candidate Joe Biden, naming him as the new president of the United States. 

President Trump and members of his administration, however, refused to give in to such an outrage, arguing that there was massive voter fraud in key states where Biden ended up victorious. 

As reported by Fox News, President Trump and Pence met at the White House on Monday, Dec. 21, with the president’s top supporters in the House for a strategy session on how to pursue legal claims for election results, considering that a joint session of Congress meets on Jan. 6 to certify the results of the Electoral College.

Pence will be in charge of leading that session in his role as the highest authority in the Senate.

During his speech on Tuesday, Pence spared no praise for President Trump, on his excellent management in all aspects taken into account, and among other things he highlighted that Trump was “the most pro-life president in the history of the United States.”

Among the words of encouragement for President Trump, Pence told the audience of young conservatives, that “we need them to stay in the fight to control what the Democrats and the radical left want to do.”

At the same time, President Donald Trump reported that, according to a recent poll, 92% of Republican voters believe the election was rigged.

“Poll: 92% of Republican voters think the election was rigged,” President Trump wrote on his Twitter account on Dec. 15.

This figure is in line with the strong support that President Trump’s followers expressed in the massive demonstrations that were seen in Washington in recent weeks.

Republican representatives and senators have stated that nothing has been decided yet and, in fact, Congress could proclaim the re-election of the president in the special session of Jan. 6, 2021, in which the votes of the Electoral College must be certified.

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