Donald Trump said Sunday, November 29, that he will not "change his mind" on his accusations without proof of electoral fraud, in his first television interview since the presidential election won by Democrat Joe Biden.

“It's not like anyone can change my mind. I won't have changed my mind in six months, ”the outgoing US president said on conservative Fox News. "This election was rigged," he said again without providing any evidence. We have largely won. "

Twenty legal defeats

For his first television intervention since the November 3 election, Donald Trump repeated for forty-five minutes his accusations of massive electoral fraud which would have cost him his re-election.

Despite the US billionaire's repeated accusations, his lawyers have suffered around 20 court defeats across the country, the latest in Pennsylvania where the state Supreme Court on Saturday dismissed a new complaint from his campaign team, reducing it to almost nil the possibility of modifying the results.

The Republicans' lawsuit called for either invalidating the mail-in votes or canceling the entire vote to give state lawmakers the choice of who wins.

Which did not seem to shake Donald Trump. “We're trying to present evidence, but the judges won't allow us to,” he told Fox News. We're trying. We have tons of evidence. "
"The Supreme Court must examine our case"

Ignoring the independence of the judiciary, the US president complained that he did not receive support from the Department of Justice and the FBI. They are "missing", he regretted, questioning the usefulness of the Supreme Court if it does not intervene in his favor. “The Supreme Court must examine our case,” he insisted. Something has to come to him. If not, what is the Supreme Court? "

The result of the 2020 election was not, however, close. Democrat Joe Biden won clearly with 306 voters against 232 for Donald Trump. It takes 270 to win the US presidential election.

 Traditionally, the defeated candidate admits defeat almost immediately, which Donald Trump still has not agreed to do, a refusal unprecedented in American political history.

But even if Donald Trump never admits defeat, he is virtually assured that the Electoral College will confirm Joe Biden's victory on December 14 and that the new Democratic president will take office on January 20, 2021.

Yet the outgoing president refused to set a limit on his legal actions to reverse the election result. “I won't give a date,” he said. Does he still see a possibility of winning? "I hope," he said.