Donald Trump’s accusations of citizen fraud in the wake of the US Governmental election have up until now been unwarranted, according to an Irish CNN reporter.
Donie O’Sullivan, who is from Kerry but reports on service for the American network, stated that Trump’s claims on social media in the last few days are further proof he does not care if details is true or not as long as it supports his story.
Nevertheless, Mr Trump is refusing to yield and has vowed to introduce legal action, challenging the legitimacy of the outcome by declaring – without proof – voter scams and tally stuffing on a mass scale.
He was playing golf when the statement was made, and has since declared “I WON THE ELECTION” on Twitter, likewise claiming he won the most legal votes of any presidential candidate – which is in fact a record set by Mr Biden.
Mr O’Sullivan informed On The Record with Gavan Reilly how false information has been spread online today.
He stated: “What we’re seeing the previous few days is the President and his prominent fans retweeting, reposting, and posting themselves, videos, images and articles which are all practically baseless however that allege some kind of citizen fraud.
” The day after the election, Eric Trump retweeted a video which supposed to show a person setting fire to tallies which appeared to be cast for Donald Trump.
” When we looked into it and when we spoke to election authorities from