President Donald Trump is watching returns from the East Wing of the White House tonight with his senior staffers and family members by his side, according to the White House communications director.
But Trump’s aides are offering mixed messages on what they expect. Though press secretary Kayleigh McEnany maintained this morning that she's not worried about litigating the outcome because she's confident it will be a "landslide," Alyssa Farah said the White House is expecting some delays in results – “especially in Pennsylvania" – and criticized mail-in voting.
Farah suggested Trump will make a public appearance in some form from the White House tonight regardless of what happens.
“I don’t want to get ahead of anything, but I think you might end up hearing from him tonight."