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US election: Trump falsely claims victory - 'The campaign, which I won by the way' US election: Trump falsely claims victory - 'The campaign, which I won, by the way'
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President Donald Trump has falsely claimed that he won the US election more than two weeks after the vote. President Donald Trump has falsely claimed that he won the US election, almost two weeks after victory was projected for Joe Biden.
"Big pharma ran millions of dollars of negative advertisements during the campaign, which I won by the way," he said in a press conference on drug prices. "Big pharma ran millions of dollars of negative advertisements during the campaign, which I won, by the way," he said in a press conference on drug prices.
The 3 November election has already been called for Joe Biden, with the state of Georgia's recount being confirmed on Thursday as a victory for the Democrat. The state of Georgia's recount was confirmed on Thursday as a win for Mr Biden.
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