US election: Trump will 'do the right thing' after all votes are counted, confidant says
US President Donald Trump on Friday said he was a "realist" who would follow the US Constitution after all legitimate votes were counted, but was waiting to see how US states proceeded in certifying their final election results, a top confidant said.
Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera, in a post on Twitter and in an interview with the network, said Trump had called him earlier on Friday. The president was anxious about efforts in various states regarding vote counts after the election was called for his Democratic rival Joe Biden over the weekend.
Hi I spoke with my friend @realDonaldTrump this morning. He was trying to reach me during the live broadcast. He told me he was a "realist" who would "do the right thing," when all the legitimate votes have been counted. https://t.co/4H1uba1R28— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) November 13, 2020
Trump told him he would "do the right thing" when all the legitimate votes are counted, Rivera tweeted.
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