As the General Service Administration chief Emily Murphy gave Joe Biden the go-ahead on Monday to begin the transition process into the White House, Trump has maintained his position that the election was “corrupt” and “fake ballots” were used to provide the President-elect the win.

In a tweet posted Monday evening, Trump said, “What does GSA being allowed to preliminarily work with the Dems have to do with continuing to pursue our various cases on what will go down as the most corrupt election in American political history? We are moving full speed ahead. Will never concede to fake ballots & 'Dominion.'”

Hours prior to the post, the president confirmed via Twitter that he was authorizing his staff to begin “initial protocols” for the transition. “Our case STRONGLY continues, we will keep up the good fight, and I believe we will prevail!” he added.

Trump has pursued a series of lawsuits in the key battleground states of Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, as he refuses to concede to Biden.

A recount is underway in the Wisconsin counties of Dane and Milwaukee, while Michigan granted Biden its 16 electoral votes after approving the vote tally on Monday. A Pennsylvania court also ruled that mail-in ballots should be counted in the state, blocking Trump’s request to block voter certification, CNBC reported.

In response to Trump's latest post, Twitter itself claimed the statement contained incorrect election information, putting a disclaimer under the tweet that his "claim about election fraud is disputed."

Sides on Twitter appear split on Trump’s remarks, with some imploring the president to concede. One user said, “Sir I implore you to stop this at once. @JoeBiden is our new president now respectfully stand down and stand back."

Another Twitter user responded by saying, “The courts will prove otherwise. Why would @realDonaldTrump stand down when he’s very close to putting the real criminals in jail.

One person called out Trump by posting, “There’s no fake ballots. You lost. Goodbye.”


But Trump supporters were there for the president on Twitter, with one user pointing out, “They’ll learn with their $15 minimum wage increase and have to pay $10 for a gallon of milk.”

Another person wrote, “We are with you President Trump!”

Murphy officially allowed Biden access to federal funds and resources to begin the transition of power on Monday, The New York Times reported.