Trump not able to decide to election outcomes if he loses


Washington, July 19

President Donald Trump is refusing to publicly decide to accepting the outcomes of the upcoming White House election, recalling the same menace he made weeks earlier than the 2016 vote, as he scoffs at polls displaying him lagging behind Democrat Joe Biden. Trump says it’s too early to make such an ironclad assure.

“I have to see. Look … I have to see,” Trump instructed moderator Chris Wallace throughout a wide-ranging interview on Fox News Sunday.

“No, I’m not going to just say yes. I’m not going to say no and I didn’t last time either.”

It is exceptional {that a} sitting President would specific lower than full confidence in American democracy’s electoral course of. But for Trump, it comes from his rebel playbook of 4 years in the past, when within the closing levels of his race towards Hillary Clinton, he stated he wouldn’t decide to honouring the election outcomes if the Democrat received.

Pressed throughout an October 2016 debate about whether or not he would abide by the voters’ will, Trump responded that he would “keep you in suspense.”

Trump has seen his presidential reputation erode over his dealing with of the COVID-19 pandemic and within the aftermath of nationwide protests centred on racial injustice that erupted after George Floyd’s dying in Minneapolis for practically two months.

Trump contends {that a} sequence of polls that present his reputation eroding and Biden holding a bonus are defective. He believes Republican voters are underrepresented in such surveys.

“First of all, I’m not losing because those are fake polls,” Trump stated within the taped interview, which aired Sunday, including: “They were fake in 2016 and now they’re even more fake. The polls were much worse in 2016.” AP



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