President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 election with 306 electoral votes, well over the 270 needed to secure the White House. The former Vice President also beat outgoing President Donald Trump in the popular vote by nearly seven million ballots.
But over two weeks after all major news outlets and the Associated Press reported Biden as the winner, Trump is still refusing to concede the election.
The President has deployed his legal team, led by his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, to file multiple lawsuits in numerous swing states. Out of 36 cases, the team has lost 35 times.
Trump has also pressured Republican-led legislatures in swing states to revoke confidence in their state's results and appoint Trump-loyal electors instead. With the results already certified in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, this effort has largely failed as well.
And then there's the President's infamous Twitter account, where he's taken to sharing baseless conspiracy theories about widespread voter fraud to his nearly 90 million followers.
Recently, Trump shared a poll that asked respondents whether or not he should finally concede the election to Joe Biden.
Trump cited the right wing media outlet Newsmax as the source, which supposedly found that 98.9 percent of its viewers believed Trump should not concede the election to Biden.
Others pointed out a far more relevant poll regarding how many Americans think Trump should be President: the 2020 presidential election.
Trump's Twitter critics slammed the delusional assertion.
Regardless of Trump's baseless cries of fraud, President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will take office on the 20th of January.