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#TrumpMeltdown trends after US President tweets demanding to stop counting of votes

While the results from four key battleground states - Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania and North Carolina - are awaited, Donald Trump tweeted, “STOP THE COUNT.”

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: November 7, 2020 11:48:52 am
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The counting of votes in the US presidential elections continued two days after it started on Wednesday and US President Donald Trump’s latest tweets about the results prompted #TrumpMeltdown to trend.

The US president, who claimed to have won the election and promised to go to court challenging the results, tweeted Thursday demanding that authorities stop the further counting of votes.

The latest tweet from the president prompted #TrumpMeltdown to trend on Twitter.

The meltdown also inspired memes related to Count von Count, a vampire Muppet that appears on popular children’s show Sesame Street, and is cited as an expert in counting.

Though the fight is still clsoe, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has won 264 electoral college seats against Trump’s 214 as on Thursday. (Follow LIVE UPDATES here)

Social media has been filled with electoral maps and memes mocking Nevada state’s delayed election results as results continue to trickle in.

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