US President Donald Trump’s campaign sent an email to its supporters Tuesday night (local time) asking if he should run again in 2024, but Trump has not conceded or admitted losing this year’s election.
The email, which includes a link to a poll on their campaign website, falsely claims that “the radical left stole this election from” Trump.
The e-mail read: “Rest assured, your boss will never stop fighting for you and your family. He will do whatever it takes to ensure that America comes first.”
“That’s why we were asked to contact one very important question,” he continues, regarding the race in 2024.
The president has repeatedly claimed that he won the general election this year against Democratic candidate Joe Biden, who is now the president-elect.
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The 538 electoral college members met on Monday to announce their official results. Biden won 306 electoral votes, surpassing the 270 needed to win the White House, while Trump won 232.
There was no evidence that the election was rigged, and nearly all legal appeals by Trump’s legal team and some allies were dismissed by judges, including the U.S. Supreme Court.
Once participants complete a “yes” or “no” survey, they are then encouraged to participate in the “run-off election for the Senate”.
The two rounds of replay in the Georgia Senate will determine which party controls the upper house of Congress, with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris as a possible watershed solution.
White House press secretary Kylie McCannani did not respond to whether Biden had won the election during a White House press conference on Tuesday, saying, “I’m leaving that to the president, but he’s still following the litigation at the moment for this election.”
The Twenty-Second Amendment states that presidents cannot serve more than two terms, which means that Trump can run again in 2024, and some have also reported that he is considering it, but he will not be able to do so if he has won this year’s contest, as well. Currently claiming wrongly.
– USA Today