NEW YORK (Diya TV) — President-elect Donald Trump took to the same social media platform he used so often during the campaign Sunday to issue baseless claims of voter fraud during the general election to accusing his opponent, Hillary Clinton, of being hypocritical for her alleged involvement in the current election recount which is under way.

The billionaire real estate mogul, who himself declared during the campaign that he would not concede the election if he lost, said on Twitter that “nothing will change.” He added that Clinton has already conceded the election.

However, he also offered his own support for the recount, adding that he believes he would have undoubtedly won the popular vote “if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.” In another tweet, Trump alleged, without any evidence, that there were serious voter fraud cases in the states of Virginia, New Hampshire and California.

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, a Democrat, insisted the state’s voting system operates without issue, calling Trump’s claims “absurd” and “reckless.”

“It appears that Mr. Trump is troubled by the fact that a growing majority of Americans did not vote for him,” Padilla said in a statement tweeted on his personal account. “His unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in California and elsewhere are absurd. His reckless tweets are inappropriate and unbecoming of a President-elect.”

Where Trump got his ideas about the election remain unknown, or why he waited until Green Party candidate Jill Stein’s recount request in Wisconsin to raise the issue. Donald Trump himself showed how difficult it is to vote illegally in a 2004 video in which he was turned away from three different polling locations.

Trump continued tweeting on the matter Sunday, saying if he had instead targeted the popular vote and not the Electoral College, he would have only had to campaign in three or four states instead of the multitude of states he visited.

In years past, Trump has spoken publicly against the Electoral College, calling the institution “a disaster for democracy” on Twitter in 2012. He also told Mitt Romney supporters via tweet in 2012 to “fight like hell” after Romney’s loss, as he incorrectly believed the Electoral College had allowed President Obama to win.

Barack Obama won both the popular vote and the Electoral College by wide margins in 2008 and 2012.

Earlier in the day, Trump had directed his tweets against his former opponent, quoting three instances via six tweets in which Clinton slammed Trump for suggesting he would not accept the election results.

These tweets came in response to the Clinton campaign’s announcement they would support a statewide presidential election recount effort taking place in Wisconsin, an effort that was spearheaded by Green Party candidate Jill Stein.

Stein said she also intends to pursue recounts in Pennsylvania and Michigan, though she also stated on Twitter that she would “do a recount in any state where the deadline has not passed.” Her campaign is trying to raise as much as $7 million for the effort online — and it had garnered more than $6.2 million as of Sunday night.

Donald Trump’s top aides on Sunday also denounced the recount effort.

“It is a total and complete hypocritical joke that the group of people that thought that they were nervous about President-elect Trump not conceding are the people that are conducting recounts in states where we won by over 68,000 votes,” incoming Trump Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said on “Fox News Sunday.”