WASHINGTON — President Trump will address the nation on Wednesday evening as he trails his opponent and remaining swing states lean toward a Joe Biden presidency.
The commander in chief will deliver remarks in the White House Briefing Room at 6.30 p.m., his first appearance in almost two days after his early Wednesday speech where he claimed Democrats were using “fraud” to help Biden win.
With the former veep leading the Electoral College and swing states coming down to the wire, the president has deployed surrogates to key states to claim the election is being stolen from him.
The president’s reelection campaign has also filed a flurry of lawsuits in must-win states including Georgia and Pennsylvania in a bid to halt vote counting until their poll watchers are given better access to oversee the process.
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