Donald Trump just told us our democracy is at risk -- from him
Sep 24 2020
President Donald Trump on Wednesday explicitly refused to guarantee a peaceful transition if he lost the November US election to Joey Biden. "We have to separate some of the fact from the fiction here, particularly because I'm concerned that voters are going to be completely bewildered and wonder whether there is an electoral process that they really ought to bother participating in".
John McCainsaid in 2016 that he couldn't support Mr. Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016, citing Mr. Trump's demeaning comments about women.
The Trump campaign, after spending most of the summer questioning Biden's qualification for the job, took a turn in the direction of praising the Democrat's résumé and solvency, with the aim of raising expectations about the role excessively. that Biden will play in the debate and create disappointment in the face of a hypothetical failure in the face-to-face.
In a virtual fundraiser organised by the Indian-American community on Tuesday, Biden said that India and the USA can get the Indo-Pacific order right for a better future.
"He says the most irrational things".
I hardly know Cindy McCain other than having put her on a Committee at her husband's request. "But it doesn't surprise me".
With Trump and Republicans raising a series of court challenges against the use of the mail-in ballot, the chances of a run-off are considered high.
Voters in about half a lots states have actually started casting early in- individual tallies, and election authorities forecast a rise of early and mail-in voting this year as individuals attempt to decrease their danger of direct exposure to the coronavirus.
"We want to get rid of the ballots and we will have a very peaceful - there will not be a transfer". "There'll be a continuation. You know, he said they're 'losers, suckers"'.
Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks Wednesday Sept. 16 2020 in Wilmington Del
The debates will bring questions of "Who won?" by the public and confident assertions of "Who Won:" by the journalistic class, as well as absolutely predictable shouts of "Biden won!" and "Trump won!" by non-disaffected Democrats and Republicans respectively. Asked by Fox News's Chris Wallace in July, Trump said, "I have to see".
"We're going to have to see what happens", Trump told reporters.
Trump said this month that he prepares for the debates "every day" by "just doing what I am doing". "I don't know what to say".
Biden was referring to comments Trump reportedly made mocking the American war dead. "And the United States government is perfectly capable of escorting trespassers out of the White House".
Trump and Biden will have a limited audience in person due to the pandemic but are expected to draw millions of viewers to watch commercial-free on television.
"The peaceful transfer of power is essential to a functioning democracy".
Biden, who was vice president under Barack Obama, the very first African-American president, has actually detailed financial strategies customized to Black citizens, consisting of investing more than $70 billion in traditionally Black colleges and enhancing financial investment and chances for Black- owned small companies.
"It's not pleasant for me to renounce the nominee of my party", McCain said during a debate as he sought his sixth term in the Senate.
It's unlikely that any chaos in states with universal mail-in voting will cause the election result to be inaccurately tabulated, as Trump has suggested. Washington, D.C., is also newly adopting it.