Trump says Twitter ‘out of control’ after tweets claiming he’s won election removed

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Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to declare the Republican Party will “easily win” the race to the White House. Once again he claimed illegal votes were being counted, without any evidence it was occurring. He also hit out at the social media site for being “out of control” after a number of his Tweets were hidden from view, and branded “misleading about the election” by the site’s moderators.

The incumbent President said: “Twitter is out of control, made possible through the government gift of Section 230!”

Mr Trump wrote several Tweets this morning, where he repeated his claim that he was winning the election.

He said: “I easily WIN the Presidency of the United States with LEGAL VOTES CAST.

“The OBSERVERS were not allowed, in any way, shape, or form, to do their job and therefore, votes accepted during this period must be determined to be ILLEGAL VOTES. US Supreme Court should decide!”

A third Tweet read: “So now the Democrats are working to gain control of the US Senate through their actions on John James, David Perdue, and more. Would End the Filibuster, “Life”, 2A, and would Pack and Rotate the Court. Presidency becomes even more important. We will win!”

The winner of the US Presidential election is yet to be announced, but Democratic Joe Biden is currently leading with six states still to declare their results.

To win the race a candidate needs to reach 270 electoral college votes, Biden currently stands on 253 while Trump trails on 214.

The key states yet to announce their results include Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona and Nevada.

It is not yet clear a final result will be in and the winner announced as the millions of postal votes are delaying the counts.

More to follow…

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