President Donald Trump tweeted late Sunday night that "there were more votes than people who voted" in key swing states and insisted that he won the 2020 presidential election.
"In certain swing states, there were more votes than people who voted, and in big numbers. Does that not really matter?" the president wrote on Twitter. "Stopping Poll Watchers, voting for unsuspecting people, fake ballots and so much more. Such egregious conduct. We will win!"
In another post, Trump linked to a Breitbart piece detailing how his "Anti-Globalism, Pro-Police Message" led to gains in Hispanic support and added, "Great, but we also won the election!"
The Breitbart story notes that the president improved his margins compared to the 2016 election in 78 of the nation's 100 majority-Hispanic counties and among Hispanics "in exit polls of each of the top 10 battleground states," according to Politico.
Twitter added warning labels to both tweets, tagging the first post with a message stating that "this claim about election fraud is disputed" and the second with a label reading "multiple sources called this election differently."
Trump has claimed multiple times that he won the election, and his campaign continues to challenge results in several states, claiming widespread voter fraud was responsible for Democrat Joe Biden's apparent win.
Though most news outlets have called the election for Biden, Newsmax has not, citing close races and ongoing legal challenges. Newsmax called Georgia for the former vice president Friday, after the state officially certified its results.
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