US President Donald Trump said on Thursday (November 26) he will leave the White House if the Electoral College votes for President-elect Joe Biden.

Iran PressAmerica: Speaking to reporters on the Thanksgiving holiday, Trump said it would be hard for him to concede because 'we know there was massive fraud.'

Asked if he would leave the White House if the Electoral College votes for Biden, Trump said: "Certainly I will. Certainly, I will. And you know that." But Trump said it would be hard for him to concede because 'we know there was massive fraud."

"It was a rigged election ... at the highest level," Trump insisted in a sometimes rambling discourse at the White House, while continuing to offer no concrete evidence of widespread voting irregularities.

Earlier, Donald Trump persisted with claims of voter fraud on Saturday 22 November and his allies called for an audit of results from a Michigan county that voted overwhelmingly for Democrat Joe Biden. 

According to media reports, Biden has won 306 electoral votes, and Trump has 232 votes as president in the White House.

US President-elect Joe Biden, who is the winner of the recent US election, introduced key cabinet members under his administration on Monday 23 November.

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