Mr Trump posted a number of tweets on Saturday, alleging that "bad things" happened, referring to votes being "illegally received" and insisting he has won "by a lot". Just look at what has happened since yesterday.
The Irish-American politician has yet to declare victory though he did tell fans at an event in DE "we're going to win this race with a clear majority". We're winning Arizona. We're winning Nevada. With the addition of the state which was his childhood home, Biden now has 284 votes - more than enough to see him named the victor of the long campaign. Even without it, Pennsylvania is enough for Biden to claim victory.
The delayed declaration of Biden's win has rankled some who felt the announcement should've already been made because of Biden significant margin in the state of Pennsylvania which was already insurmountable.
For Biden, who got more than 74 million votes, a record, the triumph after a tense contest conducted during a global coronavirus pandemic was the crowning achievement of his half century in US politics, including eight years as deputy to the first Black US president Barack Obama. State election officials have not been clear about how many provisional ballots remain to be counted, where they were cast and why they were cast. Armed protesters massed outside of a Phoenix-area election center, chanting, "count the legal votes".
At one point overnight, Trump and Biden supporters briefly scuffled outside the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center.
On Saturday (November 7) morning, CNN projected that Biden will win Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes, giving him 273.
North Carolina's official counts are not expected until next week.
It is not beyond the realms of possibility that Mr Trump's likely exit from the White House will lead to the start of a Trump political dynasty.