These leaders, including Donald Trump, also asked questions about the US election results

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Several prominent Republican leaders and other leaders, including current US President Donald Trump, have questioned the method of counting votes in the presidential election.

Senator Lindsey Graham, a senior Republican Party senator, and Senator Ted Cruz also questioned some counting systems. Speaking to Fox, Senator Graham advised not rushing to conclusions about who won the election, saying it was controversial and the media would not decide who won the election. However, the US media predicts Joe Biden to be the winner of the presidential election.

Addressing some inconsistencies in the vote count, he said, “The Trump team examined all early and postal votes in Pennsylvania and found that more than a hundred people had died. 15 such people were also confirmed.”

In addition, Senator Ted Cruz supported similar concerns, saying presidential voting software should be investigated in all 47 Michigan counties. He said when the dispute over the 2000 elections reached the Supreme Court it took 36 days to settle it. He said that such a process should also be carried out in relation to these elections.