US President and Republican candidate Donald Trump visits his campaign headquarters on Election Day November 3
US President and Republican candidate Donald Trump visits his campaign headquarters on Election Day November 3
The campaign of Republican candidate and incumbent US President Donald Trump has opened a hotline to receive reports of possible fraud in the election, CNN reported, citing an informed source

According to the channel, the Trump campaign has designated a separate room at its headquarters in Arlington County, Virginia, to receive calls via the hotline.

Earlier, Trump accused Democrats of trying to “steal” the elections, asserting that he would “not allow” that and “silence our voters.”

Trump and his team are demanding that Republican observers be allowed to attend the vote count, in addition to a recount in Wisconsin, under the pretext that fraud occurred in a number of states where Biden defeated Trump during election night.

The Trump campaign has also previously filed lawsuits calling for the suspension of ballot counting in several states.

Source: Agencies

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