DONALD Trump has dismissed the election as a "hoax" and shared a clip of his lawyer falsely saying he would "reclaim" the country.

Since the race was called for Joe Biden on November, Trump raged against the results and launched a flurry of lawsuits in battleground states.

"We have great support on the Election Hoax!" he wrote on Friday in response to a flagged tweet about GOP mega donors. "[We] will use these charts in court case.

"The Election was a HOAX. Thank you Justin!" he said in relation to a chart which supposedly showed a dump of 150,000 votes in Michigan, 96 percent of which were Biden ballots.

Yesterday, his lawyers decried a "centralized" Democratic election conspiracy during an explosive press conference.

As Biden approached 80 millions votes on Thursday, Trump retweeted a video of his lawyer Sidney Powell's falsely claiming that he won the 2020 election "by a landslide" today.

"A Rigged Election!" he wrote after Powell indicated that the Republican Party "will not be intimidated" following reports his lawyers had no concrete evidence to prove voter fraud in key states.

Twitter labelled all of these tweets as "disputed."

Yesterday, Powell, flanked by her fellow Trump attorneys, Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, outrageously claimed that George Soros, Clintons and China were behind Biden's election win.

"We are going to clean this mess up now," Powell said. "President Trump won by a landslide. We are going to prove it.

"And we are going to reclaim the United States of America for the people who vote for freedom."

Yesterday Trump's personal lawyer Giuliani seemed to be perspiring profusely on Thursday as he repeatedly claimed the outgoing president had won the election.

He alleged that Soros, a Hungarian-born billionaire investor, was the "biggest donor to Antifa" and Black Lives Matter.

Powell also addressed reporters, echoing Giuliani's conspiracy claims and declaring that "everyone is against us except President Trump and the American people."

Her lengthy claims about voting machines and insidious software linked executives of companies that produced ballot tabulation tech, Soros, the Clinton Foundation, Hugo Chavez, and Antifa.

She claimed there was a "massive influence of communist money through Venezuela, Cuba, and likely China and interference with our elections here in the United States.

"The dominion voting systems, smart-matic technology software and software that goes in other computerized systems as well, not just dominion, were created in Venezuela at the direction of Hugo Chavez.

"We have one very strong witness who has explained how it all works. His affidavit is attached to the pleadings of Lynn Wood and the lawsuit he filed in Georgia."

"As soon as he saw multiple states shut down the voting on the night of the election, he knew the same thing was happening here," she claimed.

Powell then shockingly alleged that the software's algorithm supposedly stripped votes from Trump based on the testimony of this witness, citing "spikes" in vote counts at certain times.

Giuliani also told reporters Biden "doesn't answer questions much less give you sworn affidavits."

During the fraught conference, Trump tweeted that it was an "an open and shut case of voter fraud. Massive numbers!"

Giuliani was evasive about where they would file more lawsuits and claimed the GOP cases that were dismissed, denied, or rejected, most recently in Michigan today.

He claimed this was because of "friendly judges that issue ridiculous irrational opinions," adding that they were "about to" file in Georgia and will "probably" file in Arizona.

Giuliani was evasive about where and when they would file more lawsuits after Trump's cases were dismissed, denied, or rejected – most recently in Michigan on Thursday.

Speaking about Wayne County, MI, Giuliani and Ellis falsely said "they decertified" their results when they did, in fact, vote to certify the election there.

"This is what you can expect to see when we get to court to actually have a full trial on the merits to actually show this evidence in court and prove our case," Ellis said, hours after their Michigan case was withdrawn.

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