Trump Confident on Path to 2020 Victory: 'Never Bet Against Me’
President is not backing down as he challenges Biden's projected lead
President Donald Trump has outlined his path to victory in the 2020 election as he postures to challenge Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s leads in several key states.
In the president's first post-election interview, Trump said:
“Never bet against me,” Trump told with Washington Examiner reporter Byron York.
Biden, the establishment media, and Democrats have continued to push the 'president-elect' narrative based on projections.
Many have also placed pressure on Trump to concede to aid a speedy transition of power.
However, Trump said he is unwilling to concede the election as long as votes were being counted and challenged in court.
Trump argued he could win Wisconsin, where his campaign's recount of the election has been requested.
As of Thursday, Neon Nettle reported the president was behind Biden by fewer than 12,000 votes in Arizona's battleground state.
Trump's optimism comes on the condition of stat officials conducting a statewide audit.
The president added that Arizona could find 8,000 votes if his campaign could audit the votes cast in that state.
In Georgia, a hand recount could also gain up to 11,000 votes.
"Hand counting is the best,” Trump said.
“To do a spin of the machine doesn’t mean anything. You pick up ten votes."
"But when you hand count — I think we’re going to win Georgia.”
The President also estimated he won North Carolina before joking the Democrats may discover more votes for Biden from urban areas like Charlotte.
Trump added his campaign has strong cases in Michigan and Pennsylvania, where Republican campaign observers were excluded from the counting process.
The President estimated that millions of unobserved votes could have gone through the counting process.
“They wouldn’t let our poll watchers and observers watch or observe,” Trump said.
“That’s a big thing."
"They should throw those votes out that went through during those periods of time when [Trump observers] weren’t there.”
Last week, The Trump campaign issued this statement:
“This election is not over."
“The false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from final.”