President Donald Trump does not have a victory speech ready.
President Donald Trump is not a hundred percent sure he is winning the election.
On Tuesday, he visited his campaign headquarters in Arlington, Virginia and told reporters per The Hill, “I’m not thinking about concession speech or acceptance speech yet.”
He added, “Hopefully we’ll be only doing one of those two. Winning is easy. Losing is never easy. Not for me it’s not.”
He stopped by the campaign headquarters to thank his staff and admitted that a defeat would be a challenge for him.
Trump says, “depending on the extent of victory,” it should be clear by the end of the night who won. He complained by saying “We should be entitled to know who won on Nov. 3.”
He also isn’t thrilled that Pennsylvania accepts mail in ballots received by Nov. 6.
When asked if he had a message for those who did not vote for him in case he wins, his response was, “Everybody should come together, and I think success brings us together.”
Dozens of his staffers attended the headquarters gathering and while many wore masks, others did not including senior adviser Jared Kushner, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, and chief of staff Mark Meadows were seen without them.
The president is expected to return to the White House to attend a party in the East Room with hundreds of others despite the fact that coronavirus is still a real threat, especially in crowded spaces.
While Trump is staying kept in the White House, Michelle Obama has continued to support the former vice president. As reported by theGrio, Obama took to Twitter to speak about his character.
“I know Joe. He has lived his life guided by values and principles that mirror ones that most Americans can recognize. He understands the struggles of everyday folks. Vote today for the future you want to see for our country. Vote for @JoeBiden,” she tweeted.
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