President Donald Trump told reporters Wednesday that he wants to see “the results” of the Nov. 8 election.
Trump, who is battling allegations of widespread voter fraud in the 2016 election, also said he expects the Electoral College to vote on his agenda.
Trump said he believes “everybody” should vote in the Nov., 8 election, and he also said that the Electoral college “should do its job” in deciding the next president of the United States.
In a brief appearance in the White House briefing room Wednesday, Trump said he was confident the Electoral votes would be cast for the president of his party.
Trump was speaking at a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Earlier Wednesday, he said he will speak with Vice President Mike Pence and the secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, before leaving for a trip to the Middle East later this week.
Trump is traveling with his family to Florida, where he is set to speak on Friday at the Christian Science Monitor conference.
The president has faced multiple allegations of voter fraud since he took office in January.
The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday that more than 3 million people registered to vote in states where the election was held but did not vote.
The White House said Trump would not make any comments until a review of the allegations is completed.