Trump's lawyer alleged that election fraud happened in cities with Black populations, but numbers show Trump made gains with his Black voter base.
President Donald Trump and his aides have repeatedly claimed that the election was rigged and there was widespread voter fraud in the country. Trump has attempted to discredit the electoral process on the grounds that expanded mail voting and the delays in counting caused in some states represent large-scale fraud. However, his claims have so far been unsubstantiated, and there has been no sign whatsoever of intentional, systematic, and widespread voter fraud.
No credible media organization has found widespread evidence of voter fraud. Trump and his aides have presented no actual evidence of "illegal" votes at all. The Trump campaign has also filed lawsuits in some key states, including Pennsylvania and Georgia. However, in many cases, the campaign is dropping lawsuits, or the court has dismissed their lawsuits.
In fact, according to AP VoteCast, Trump won 8 percent of the Black vote, a 2 percent hike from his 2016 numbers. Although over 90 percent of Black voters did choose Biden. Additionally, there is no evidence to suggest a concerted centralized effort was made to commit voter fraud and oust Trump from office.