President Donald Trump has cautioned his vote based rival in the US official political race, Joe Biden against “unfairly asserting the workplace of the president” regardless of being ahead in the surveys.
In a tweet he shared after mail-in polling form tallies drove the previous VP into the lead in Pennsylvania on Friday November 6, Trump said;
“Joe Biden should not wrongfully claim the office of the President. I could make that claim also. Legal proceedings are just now beginning!”
In a separate post, the president added that he “had such a big lead in all of these states late into election night, only to see the leads miraculously disappear as the days went by. Perhaps these leads will return as our legal proceedings move forward!”
Trump himself claimed premature victory in an address from the White House early Wednesday morning. He is expected to mount a legal effort to challenge results in several states. Lawsuits filed by his campaign in Michigan and Georgia over ballot counting have already been tossed out.
Trump’s path to reelection has been significantly narrowed as Biden made gains on Friday November 6.
Biden currently leads Trump in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and Arizona. Trump would need to win three of these states in order to secure a second term.