President Donald Trump contradicted himself in a statement on the nation's election security via Twitter.
"For years the Dems have been preaching how insecure and rigged our elections were, ”wrote the president, a reference to the Democrats' demands to increase election security after cyberattacks by foreign opponents.
"Now they say what a wonderful job the Trump administration has done to make 2020 the safest election ever, ”he continued. “Actually, that's true, except for what the Democrats did. Manipulated elections! "
For years the Dems have been preaching how insecure and rigged our elections were. Now they say what a wonderful job the Trump administration has done to make 2020 the safest election ever. Actually, that's true, except for what the Democrats did. Manipulated choice!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 13, 2020
The president has been hovering in conspiracy for the past few days Theories about voting machine irregularities caused by both a New York Times Investigation and an explanation of The Federal Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said the 2020 election was "the most secure in American history".
Many have asked the president to admit. His refusal has opened him to criticism from both sides of the aisle.
Many of the president's tweets have also been flagged under Twitter's Citizens Integrity Policy, which prohibits individuals from spreading disinformation about the elections in an uncontrolled manner.
More Republicans have broken with the president as his allegations of election fraud stalled both online and in court, where his fraud charges were dismissed.
Earlier today news agencies reported about it Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, a law firm in Pittsburgh, withdrew from the president's lawsuit and attempted to block the Pennsylvania referendum by President-elect Joe Biden.
“Plaintiffs and Porter Wright have mutually agreed that plaintiffs will be best served if Porter Wright resigns, and the current co-counsel and other attorneys who plaintiffs may appoint to represent plaintiffs in this case. Plaintiffs are in the process of keeping other lawyers and getting them to appear here, ”wrote attorneys Ronald Hicks and Carolyn McGee.
President Trump has not appeared in public for several days and has largely confiscated himself in the White House and made comments via tweet.
There was no doubt that Trump would deny the election results, the behavior that brought criticism of President Barack Obama to him and the Republicans, for the "damage" it did to the democratic process. Trump also questioned the integrity of the 2016 general election, which he actually won.
Alan is a New York based writer, editor, and news junkie.