Donald Trump says he will do other work
Donald Trump says he will do other work if he loses in election 2020
Biden, who led Trump in most national elections, said earlier this week that his biggest concern was that Trump would try to “steal” the election, though the former vice president did not elaborate on what he said Thought how Trump can cheat.
US President Donald Trump said that he would lose the election on November 3, if Democratic rival Joe Biden said Republicans could cheat and refuse to leave the White House. “Of course, if I don’t win, I don’t win. I mean you know, let’s go and do other things,” Trump told Fox News Channel in a television interview aired on Friday.
As the race between Trump and Biden heated up before the election, the two swiftly claimed that the other side intended to betray the road to victory. Biden, who led Trump in most national elections, said earlier this week that his biggest concern was that Trump would try to “steal” the election, though the former vice president did not elaborate on whether He wondered how Trump could cheat.
Biden said he is confident that soldiers will expel Trump from the White House if he loses and does not recognize the outcome. Trump’s remarks to Fox News suggested that he might accept the election result but the president did not specifically say so.
Trump campaign spokesman Tim Muerto said on Thursday that Trump would accept the result.
Trump has accused Democrats of aiming to increase mail-in voting as a venue for rigging elections, while Biden asked Republicans to deploy lawyers at polling stations around the country to attempt to suppress the vote Has promised. Election experts and officials gathered overnight for a possible election.
Mail-in voting is expected to boom due to concerns over the coronovirus epidemic, and experts warn that the kind of chaos already seen in the primary elections held in states during the viral outbreak could be marred is.
A large number of mail ballots may not be delivered on time or counted which may pose a legal challenge to the election results. Counting of mail ballots also takes longer because a voter’s identity must first be validated, raising the possibility that the election result will not be as well known as the previous election day.