Donald Trump promises to transfer power if American votes are lost

Donald Trump promises to transfer power if American votes are lost

Washington: President Donald Trump on Wednesday explicitly refused to guarantee a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the upcoming US election to Joe Biden in November.
“Well, let us see what happens,” Trump asked at a White House press conference if he was committed to the most basic principle of democratic governance in the United States.
Trump, who is currently behind in elections against Democratic challenger Joe Biden, then resumed near his daily complaint about how the election was held.
Apparently citing the increasing use of mail-in ballots – due to the coronavirus epidemic – he said: “You know I have a very strong complaint about ballots and ballots are a disaster.”
Trump often claims that mail-in ballots are largely vulnerable to fraud and is being encouraged by Democrats to rig the election. However, there is no evidence that ballots sent through the Postal Service ever committed significant fraud in US elections.
At the press conference, Trump suggested announcing that a large number of mail-in ballots were expected, stating that he would remain in power in such a situation.
“Get rid of the ballots and you’ll have a great peace – there will be no transfer, clearly. There will be a continuation,” he said.
Trump’s latest insistence that a fair presidential election may not take place on November 3 as the Supreme Court pressures his plan to do a new, correct justice.
Trump is set to nominate a replacement for liberal-leaning Justice Ruth Beder Ginsburg on Saturday. Her Republican Party, which has a majority in the Senate, is expected to confirm Nominee early.
If they succeed, the nine-justice court will likely be strongly pro-conservative bent for years to come.
Democrats are hooliganizing, saying the process should wait until the election results are out, allowing the winner to have the appearance of a Supreme Court.
Increasing election results are more likely with a series of court challenges against the use of mail-in ballots with Trump and Republicans.
On Wednesday, Trump said he felt the election would “end in the Supreme Court.”

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