- The Department of Homeland Security stated that the 2020 presidential election is “the safest election in American history.”
- The statement contradicted President Donald Trump’s unfounded claims of fraud, which he tried to spread within the week following the November 3 election.
- Trump refused to recognize the election or recognized President-elect Biden as a winner.
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The Department of Homeland Security dismissed President Donald Trump’s baseless allegations that the election was “stolen” on Thursday, and said it had no evidence of fraud.
The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement: “The November 3 election is the safest election in American history.”
The Ministry’s Election Infrastructure Government Coordination Committee and the Election Infrastructure Department Coordination Executive Committee found that “there is no evidence that any voting system has deleted or lost votes, changed the votes or was damaged in any way.
Trump refused to recognize the election and Biden as the president-elect, and persistently sought to spread misinformation and lies about the election process.
The Department of Homeland Security stated that it has “the greatest confidence” in the integrity of the U.S. electoral system and infrastructure, and urges people to “see election officials with confidence in the election.”
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Last Friday, after the decision-making information desk HQ and insider first called Biden the winner of the 2020 general election, he surpassed the 270 electoral votes necessary to win, flipping key battlefield states such as Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan State.
Trump has asked for a recount in several states, but Biden has exceeded the necessary profit to win the election. The recount is not expected to produce enough votes to change the election results.
The Trump administration’s refusal to admit that being elected president means that Biden has not prepared him and his team to take the January office, which includes the privileges necessary to obtain the president’s daily briefing.
On Wednesday, Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma stated that he will intervene if President Donald Trump’s management does not grant President-elect Biden a visit to the President’s Daily Intelligence Briefing on Friday.