Celebrity chef and Marlow resident Tom Kerridge has mocked a tweet which was published by President Donald Trump.

The 74-year-old, who lost this year’s Presidential election to former vice president Joe Biden on November 4, has been adamant that the counting of votes which has led to his defeat have been ‘rigged’.

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Donald Trump became the first President since George Bush Snr to lose a general election whilst in office (AP Photo Evan Vucci)

However, after a long and lengthy process, it was confirmed that Biden, who was number two to Barack Obama from 2009 to 2016, will be in the hot seat at the White House come January 2021.

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In a tweet that was published on November 16, which has been retweeted and quote retweeted over 300,000 times, the 45th president of the United States said: “I WON THE ELECTION!”

The tweet was ridiculed by thousands online, with many celebrities getting involved, which included Marlow’s Tom Kerridge, who responded: “I WON 100 MICHELIN STARS!”

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Many celebrities got involved

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Other big names such as Gary Linekar and EastEnders actor Jake Wood also got involved, with many other users on the site jokingly claiming that they too had 'won the election’.

Kerridge, who has lived in Marlow for several years, owns the Coach and the Hand & Flowers in the town.