On Oct. 18 news conference, President Obama mocked Donald Trump’s complaints that the vote-counting system may be “rigged.”
This is how President Obama responded to Trump’s Tweet:
He suggested that Trump is discrediting the election process rather than trying to sell his ideas to voters.
“The larger point that I want to emphasize here, is that there is no serious person out there that would suggest somehow that you could even, rig America’s elections.” Said, President Obama.
Serious analysts, he said, “Will tell you that instances of significant voter fraud are not to be found.”
Trump’s protests fail to show “The kind of leadership and toughness” voters want in a president, Obama said.
He ended his conference with the following sentence: “I’d invite Mr. Trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes.”