WASHINGTON: Melania Trump, the First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS) has advised her husband Donald Trump to concede defeat to US President-elect Joe Biden, international media reports said on Monday.
The move came after Trump, in a statement, said that Biden is “rushing to falsely pose as the winner” and that the race is “far from over”.
Trump claimed that the Internet was falsely helping the Democratic Party to become the winner and promised to contend with the result in court.
According to CNN, although the first lady has not commented on the election publicly, she has accepted her opinion in private.
“She has offered it, as she often does,” said the source.
Melania had earlier campaigned for her husband’s re-election.
Two sources told CNN that President Donald Trump’s son and his senior adviser Jared Kushner had admitted to the presidential election for help earlier.
President-elect Biden once defeated Trump in a tightly contested election, where he secured his victory with a victory in Pennsylvania, where he had passed the 270 electoral college threshold.
Biden (Biden) was a four-year senator from Washington and then the vice president. His third attempt at the White House received more than 74 million votes, 4 million more than Trump’s votes. There are more candidates for any other president.