TRUMP: I won't announce my victory until the vote count is finished

Media reports talked about Trump's intention to announce his victory in the elections early, before the completion of the vote count

Washington / Anatolia

US President Donald Trump rejected, on Tuesday, reports that he intends to announce his victory in the elections early, saying: “We will announce victory when there is no need for games and we have a good chance to win,” as the elections start, Tuesday.

Earlier in the day, media reports spoke of Trump's intention to announce his victory in the election early, before the votes are counted.

"The election rallies were huge, and they will be translated into many votes in his favor," Trump told Fox News, during a telephone interview.

"We think we are winning very big in Texas, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and everywhere," he added.

"We have a very good feeling ... I think we will win," noted the US President.

Trump also thanked his supporters in a message on Election Day, in which he said: "To all our supporters: I thank you from the bottom of my heart ... You have been by my side since the beginning, and I will never let you down."

He added, "Your hopes are my hopes, and your dreams are mine, and your future is what I fight for every day."

Unofficial election statistics revealed, Tuesday, that the two candidates, Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden, achieved their first victory in two small villages in New Hampshire, on the east coast of the United States.

While Biden won the 12th vote for Dixville Notch, Trump won 16 votes in the village of Millsfield, compared to 5 for Biden.

The two villages cast the votes by midnight Monday / Tuesday.

Dixville Notch, a small village of 12 people, was the last candidate to win an overwhelming majority in Dixville Notch, Richard Nixon in 1960, according to Fox News.

And Tuesday, the elections began with the opening of polling stations in 8 states on the East Coast, including Virginia, New York, New Jersey and North Carolina.

The "Al-Hurra" channel reported that, at a later time, the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Ohio, Washington, Maryland, Massachusetts, Delaware, South Carolina, Georgia, and Rhode Island joined the voting list.

In this context, the Foundation for the American Election Project, an unofficial counting agency concerned with monitoring the poll, announced that 99.6 million voters had voted in early voting before November 3.

The foundation said on its website that those participating in the early voting "have achieved a record."

She pointed out that the rate of voting in early voting reached "71 percent of the general turnout (for elections) in 2016."

It also indicated that about 64 million voters voted through the Postal Service.

According to the CNN election map, the conflict between Trump and Biden lies in the states of Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Maine, North Carolina, and Ohio.

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