Trump, Biden camps duel over possibility of a winner being declared on Election Night
The Biden campaign said “under no scenario” can Trump declare victory on Election Night.
Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich makes his predictions for Georgia, Texas in the 2020 election on ‘Fox & Friends.’
President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaigns sparred Monday over the possibility of a winner being declared on Election Night, with Trump’s campaign accusing Democrats of wanting to “delegitimize” votes and Biden’s campaign saying there’s “no scenario” the race will be called for Trump on Tuesday evening.
On Monday, the president’s deputy campaign manager Justin Clark said in a statement that Democrats “are panicking” because Biden “has not run up a large enough lead in early votes in battleground states” and claimed that they “know that President Trump’s in-person votes on Election Day will make up the difference and propel him to victory.”
The Trump campaign claimed Monday that Democrats want to “delegitimize” Election Day results by “coaching” Biden surrogates to refer to a potential Donald Trump success on Tuesday as a “Red Mirage.”
“Biden’s political operatives have already been distri