By Charlie Moore, Political Reporter For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 22:24 GMT, 4 November 2020 | Updated: 22:28 GMT, 4 November 2020
Sky News host Alan Jones threw his support behind Donald Trump on Wednesday as votes were counted in the race for the White House.
The former radio host and Wallabies coach, 79, backed the President during a speech at the conservative political action conference in Sydney.
'Apart from Trump, all western leadership is failing,' he told crowds at the right-wing event where attendees dressed in red, white and blue and held banners supporting the president.
Sky News host Alan Jones (pictured) threw his support behind Donald Trump on Wednesday as votes were counted in the race for the White House
Jones also railed about the erosion of conservative values and claimed a 'significant indoctrination of our schools' was under way.
He said the political left was 'on the march,' adding: 'At the moment we're only being hit by a bus but there's a concrete truck coming down the road.'
Jones was joined at the event by One Nation leader Mark Latham, Liberal Party senator Alex Antic and Liberal MP Craig Kelly.
Former Vice President Joe Biden all but declared election victory on Thursday morning after winning Wisconsin and Michigan as President Trump cried fraud and desperately scrambled to undermine the results.
CNN called Michigan for Biden, handing him another 16 electoral college votes which gives him 264 - just 6 away from the 270 he need to claims the White House. He won by some 67,000 votes.