Trump at a golf club in Virginia snubbing election uncertainty

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Hickory Regional Airport in Hickory, North Carolina U.S.

On Saturday, US President Donald Trump left the White House for the first time since Election, moving to his golf club in suburban Virginia as the vote count raced on with Joe Biden holding on to a small lead against the Republican incumbent in swing states.

After appearing twice at the White House in recent days to address the nation, Trump left the Trump National Golf Club’s presidential residence in Sterling, Virginia.

Biden stands on the brink of winning the White House – a victory in battleground state Pennsylvania, where he is leading, would give him enough votes in the Electoral College, which manages the presidency.

However, Trump has claimed: “I won this election, by a lot!” — a claim that was flagged by Twitter.

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