US President Donald Trump (73) wants to re-create the Surprise: a victory against all the polls. And really: None of the numerous scandals of his term in office could change something in it, that there is always more than 40 percent of Americans stood behind him. In the US electoral system that could, with the right combination of Victories in key States, for a victorious. As of 2016.
But this has changed, possibly Due to the Corona-crisis and the George-Flyod-protests Trumps survey to begin-to levels drop dramatically. Hardly anyone expected that he will receive in November with more votes than his Challenger, Ex-Vice President Joe Biden (77). But if it's not enough with ELEKTOR voices – such as the US would be President of the behavior?
So as always, unusual. The fears in any case, Biden. The Democrat warns that the Republican Trump would not accept an electoral defeat. "This President is trying to steal this election," Biden said in the television program "the Daily Show" presenter Trevor Noah (36)."I'm sure that the military could intervene"
Biden explained his concern: "This is a guy who says all the absentee ballots are fraudulent. This is dangerous." In fact, Trump claimed, currently, ever, that Choose led by letter to mass fraud, although there is no evidence. Trump chooses, also by letter, and apparently with the wrong address.
Trevor Noah asked whether Biden've been thinking that Trump could refuse after a possible defeat in the election to the finish. The answer of the Democrats was followed by the prompt: "Yes, I have."
When it come to the extent, familiar with Biden's help: "I'm sure that the military would intervene to ensure a peaceful transfer of power, and absolutely convinced that they would escort him quickly from the White house."trump's spokesperson shoots against Democrats back
the response from The White house was not long in coming. Trump's spokeswoman, Kayleigh McEnany (32) described the Manifestations of the former Vice-President in the news channel "Fox News" as "ridiculous". Trump is looking forward to the elections, but in the event of a defeat he would not accept this, according to the spokeswoman.
Then McEnany kicks back: "Leave it to the Democrats, go out there and put yourself in the scene and the conspiracy theories put forward." (sib)