The president continues to claim that he lost only to Democratic rival Joe Biden as a result of electoral fraud. However, the court rejected most of the allegations made by Trump’s campaign, including the latest video.
In his speech at the White House, the president said: “This election was rigged. Everyone knows it.
“I don’t mind if I lose the election, but I want to lose the election fair and the square.
“What I don’t want to do is stolen from the American people,” Trump complained.
Mr Trump said his address could be “the most important speech for me”.
Mr. Beadon is expected to be the next president of the United States with 306 electoral college votes against 232 for the upcoming election.
He has a lead of more than six million in popular votes across the country.
All major U.S. networks have called for Mr. Biden to run for office, and Trump’s campaign fraud claims have been widely rejected.
During the video, Mr Trump said it was “statistically impossible” that he had not won the election and described the poll as a “complete disaster”.
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The Trump campaign has taken a number of legal steps to address various alleged misconduct, but so far no results have been overturned in a single state.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency, part of the federal government, stressed in a statement that the election was “the safest” in the United States so far.
They said: “The election was the most secure in American history.
“At the moment, election officials across the country are reviewing and double-checking the entire election process before finalizing the results.
“While we know there are many unfounded claims and opportunities to get misinformation about our election process, we can assure you that we have confidence in the security and integrity of our election, and you should.
“If you have questions, turn to election officials as trusted voices when conducting elections.”
Mr Biden described the president’s attempt to overturn the election result as “embarrassing”.
President Trump’s move has also been debated by some senior members of his own party.
In 2012, Mitt Romney, a Republican presidential candidate, spoke on The X-Files podcast Mitt Romney:
“But I understand that the president is not satisfied with the outcome, he deserves legal redress.
“But I think in all likelihood, it’s pretty clear that Joe Biden will be the next president.”