Donald Trump launched into another litany of baseless claims that the US presidential election was stolen from him at his first post-vote rally on Saturday, telling the crowd he would still end up winning. "We're winning this election," the president said at the event in Valdosta, Georgia, adding later that "we will still win it." "It's rigged. It's a fixed deal," he said of President-elect Joe Biden's victory. Despite surging cases of Covid-19 nationwide, few masks could be seen at the rally and many in the crowd were not abiding by social-distancing measures. Mr Trump was joined by first lady Melania Trump, who gave a short speech before the president's. The former reality show star was campaigning in Georgia on behalf of two Republican Senate candidates facing a hugely important run-off on January 5.