Don’t want to speak about that: Trump on attending Biden’s inauguration ceremony

US President, Donald Trump has refused to discuss whether he is going to be skipping his successor Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony in January. The Hill quoted the President as saying, “I don’t want to talk about that.” Instead, Trump went on saying, “I want to talk about this that we have done a great job. I got more votes than any president within the history of our country. In the history of our country, right? Not even close -- 75 million much more than Obama, much more than anybody. And they say we lost an election. We did not lose. If I got 10 million fewer votes, they assert I couldn't have lost.”

Speaking on things that might arise if he doesn't concede by the time of Joe Biden’s inauguration, Trump said, “I worry about the country having an illegitimate president. That’s what I worry about". “A president that lost and lost badly. This was not like a close election. You look at Georgia. We won Georgia big. We won the Pennsylvania big. We won the Wisconsin big. We won it big,” he added.

On Friday, the US Supreme Court had rejected a bid by Texas attorney general to block the ballot of voters in battleground states that favored President-elect Joe Biden. The court’s move to dismiss the challenge that is the strongest indication yet that Trump has no chance of overturning the election leads to the court that even the justices whom he placed there haven't any interest in allowing his desperate legal bids to continue.

This comes because the US President continues to repeatedly question the legitimacy of Biden’s win, accusing fraud and impropriety within the elections, and seeking recounts in several states, despite election officials in battleground states having already certified the President-elect’s victory in the presidential polls.

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