Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders believes that President Trump still has a strong chance of being re-elected and sees it as a rush for Biden to prepare for the transition.

“I definitely think it is too soon because the election definitely hasn’t been called,” Sanders told “Fox & Friends” on Nov. 5.

She added, “There are still too many states out there that are too close to making a determination. In fact, I would add Arizona to that list. I think it’s an avenue for the president,” Sanders explained.

Sanders alluded to a website whose homepage features a picture of Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden with the sign “Biden-Harris Transition” on a blue background, as revealed by the New York Post.

Biden’s campaign manager, Jen O’Malley Dillon, said, “Joe Biden is on track to win this election and will be the next President of the United States,” according to the media.

Sanders considers justified the actions taken by President Trump to verify that the results are in line with the Americans’ will and mentions that the Democrats never accepted the 2016 triumph.

“Let’s not forget that when Donald Trump won in 2016, they spent months, actually years, questioning his actual victory in the election. Four years to be exact. I don’t think they accepted the results of the 2016 election,” Sanders reiterated.

Sanders also noted that Trump’s administration attracted historic numbers of “working-class whites, blacks, Hispanics” as supporters of the Republican Party.

“He will continue to be a force in American politics, no matter what happens. He’s still the leader of this party and I think he still has a strong pathway, particularly, through Arizona and Pennsylvania to be re-elected for four more years,” Sanders said.

President Trump’s campaign filed suit on Nov. 4 to stop the vote count in Michigan and Pennsylvania, while demanding a recount in Wisconsin.

Many election irregularities by the Democrats have been flagged. President Trump has reported on these cases, keeping the conviction of his victory high, but being censored by Twitter.

“All the states recently claimed by Biden will be legally challenged by us for voter fraud and state election fraud. There is a lot of evidence—just look at the media. WE WILL WIN! America first!” the president said.