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USA: Trump says he will leave White House if electoral college votes for Biden01:48

USA: Trump says he will leave White House if electoral college votes for Biden

United States, Washington DC
November 27, 2020 at 05:31 GMT +00:00 · Published

US President Donald Trump said for the first time Thursday he will leave the White House if the electoral college formalises the victory of President-elect Joe Biden, while answering reporters' questions in Washington, DC.

When asked by reporters at the White House if he if he would leave the building if the Electoral College votes for Biden, Trump responded "certainly I will, certainly I will and you know that," while still labelling the election as a "massive fraud."

When asked about a potential candidacy in 2024, Trump said he didn't "want to talk about 2024 yet." "If you look at the Pennsylvania meeting yesterday, a lot of it came out. This has a long way to go. This has a long way to go."

When a reporter questioned his claims, Trump responded with "don't talk to me in that way. You are just a light-weight. Don't talk to me in that, I am the president of the United States. Don't ever talk to the president that way."

Trump is yet to officially concede the election result, and has been repeating unsubstantiated claims of vote fraud.

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US President Donald Trump said for the first time Thursday he will leave the White House if the electoral college formalises the victory of President-elect Joe Biden, while answering reporters' questions in Washington, DC.

When asked by reporters at the White House if he if he would leave the building if the Electoral College votes for Biden, Trump responded "certainly I will, certainly I will and you know that," while still labelling the election as a "massive fraud."

When asked about a potential candidacy in 2024, Trump said he didn't "want to talk about 2024 yet." "If you look at the Pennsylvania meeting yesterday, a lot of it came out. This has a long way to go. This has a long way to go."

When a reporter questioned his claims, Trump responded with "don't talk to me in that way. You are just a light-weight. Don't talk to me in that, I am the president of the United States. Don't ever talk to the president that way."

Trump is yet to officially concede the election result, and has been repeating unsubstantiated claims of vote fraud.