Trump is accused of stifling democracy as half-way races are always up to date US news

Trump is accused of stifling democracy as half-way races are always up to date US news

Donald Trump has been accused of undermining the legitimacy of the US election after claiming, without any evidence, that four key races are being manipulated against his Republican party.

Four days after the end of the polls, there will be two interim elections in Florida, one in Arizona and one in Georgia, in a flood of lawsuits, protests, partisan accusations and demands for re-counting.

On Saturday, Florida's Foreign Minister announced both the Senate race and the governor's competition. Disputes over these races were reminiscent of the infamous hanging Chads in the 2000 State Report when the winner of the White House got stuck for weeks before the Supreme Court gave Republican George W. Bush victory over Democrat Al Gore.

Matthew Dowd, who worked on this Bush campaign, tweeted: "Not counting the votes in Florida in 2000 was a grave injustice that led many to question the legitimacy of the Bush election. Let us not repeat this wrongs this year in FL and AZ. Count all votes. "

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