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A Strong Case Made by Donald Trump for a recount of his own 2016 election win !


There was an assurance given by President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday Morning that a recount of the 2016 election will not affect the outcome and was only  a waste of resources. During a tweetstorm, quote was made on Hillary Clinton:

Later on, though, he made an actual case that do not believe in those same election results, alleging massive voter fraud:

He, obviously, is making a point towards “fraud” that gave benefits to Clinton; Virginia, New Hampshire and California are the states she got the victory from, and the baseless idea that illegal immigrants voted by the millions is supposed to have helped Clinton, given the fact that immigrants — and specifically undocumented ones— overwhelmingly favor Democrats.

This was done by Trump to make the point that he was not on the losing side from the popular vote, which has become a Democratic rallying cry following Clinton’s loss. It’s clearly a sore spot for Trump.

But the president-elect is also, unwittingly and amazingly, pointing the questions of an election which he won nearly three weeks ago. Logically, concluding from this argument it can be said that all results should not be trusted. In effect, Trump is lending credence to the very same recount effort that he criticized as superfluous.