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Donald Trump Mocked As A ‘Cry Baby’ For Still Not Conceding The Election

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Donald Trump: A new hashtag has started trending from yesterday on Twitter ‘#crybabytrump’. This was when Donald Trump also became a party to a lawsuit that attempts to overturn Joe Biden’s wins.

Joe Biden won elections in the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin more than a month ago. He won the U.S. presidential election but the ex-US president has still not conceded the election.

Yesterday Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court Of America to let him join the state of Texas lawsuit which attempts to nullify the election results from the battleground states Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Now, Twitter users have termed this as a lack of  “sportsmanship”, and the “#crybabytrump” hashtag has come to trend.

Donald Trump Mocked on Twitter

One user tweeted that all the coaches teach about sportsmanship, how to have dignity and lose gracefully, thus showing some class but president Trump is doing the complete opposite. #crybabyTrump,”. Someone else on Twitter gave the list of the presidents who lost a chance at a term but accepted their losses.

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The list had the names of Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George HW Bush, John McCain, Al Gore, “Donald Trump lost an election. #CrybabyTrump,” someone else tweeted. It is said that many media outlets have reported that all 50 U.S. states and D.C. have certified their election results, thus we can say that Trump has no safe harbor.

What is interesting to see is that even though Americans are freaked over Trump’s refusal to concede the election, #CryBabyTrump is trending in the countries like Canada, Germany, UK, Australia.

But he will not be formally elected until the Electoral College meets in a few days. The former US president’s joiner in the lawsuit is one of the ]attempts he made to stop Joe Biden from taking over in the Oval Office.

After this legal battle, many celebrities have already called out Trump before the “crybaby” tweets, such as Ed Norton, who called the POTUS “whiny, sulky, and petulant.”