In a Twitter tizzy, Trump says Biden ‘won’ but reasserts rigged, fake news claims

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “In a Twitter tizzy, Trump says Biden ‘won’ but reasserts rigged, fake news claims” – below is their description.

President Donald Trump appeared on Sunday to publicly acknowledge for the first time that his Democratic rival Joe Biden “won”, but insisted he was not conceding the November 3 presidential election, reiterating his false claims that the vote was rigged.

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