Trump says to go to Supreme Court to stop delayed counting of votes
The President claimed he was “winning” in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia and Michigan. While the counting so far puts him ahead in those states, the results have not been called out there yet. He is behind in Arizona
New Delhi: US President and Republican candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday said he would go to the Supreme Court to stop delayed counting of votes. In a short address to the media and supporters at the White House, Trump claimed he was on way to victory but “all of a sudden, everything snapped."