In a new statement posted on Trump’s website Sunday, the former US President asserted that there was “no way” that the Democrat won.
Mr. Trump has faced several legal challenges dropped by US courts, as he sought desperately to overthrow the results in the immediate aftermath of the elections.
His Attorney General, William Barr, also urged at the time that there was no evidence of fraud that “could have effected a different outcome.”
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Despite this, a large majority of Republicans view Mr Biden as an illegitimate Commander-in Chief.
In a new poll conduced for CBS news, as many as 67 percent of Republican voters said they did not think that the former Delaware senator was the true winner.
Mr Trump immediately seized on the polling data to once again push his claims of electoral fraud.
In a statement posted to his website, he wrote:
On Saturday, Mr Trump branded the 2020 Presidential Election “the crime of the century”, in a tweet posted on @RSBNetwork.
He was immediately mocked by social media users for refusing to accept the election results.
One person posted: “What a tragic sad little man he is!
“The destruction and the criminality is of course entirely at his door.”
Another user added: “The only crime is that even though you are banded from Twitter you still have a way to get messages out here.”
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