Trump would Refuse to Commit to Transfer of Power, Harry Made “a Call for Decency”

By webmanager, Reuters 24th Sep 20 11:06 am

After the election, President Trump would not resort to a peaceful transfer of power. On Wednesday evening, he hinted at the refusal of relinquishing his office if he loses.

The president has been doubtful regarding the postal voting, and he commented during a conference, “Well, we’ll have to see what happens.”

Amid the hue and cry of the global pandemic, many states have come out in support of mail-in voting.

The President is seen to be doubtful about the voting system many times. “I’ve been complaining very strongly about the ballots,” the Republican candidate added. “And the ballots are a disaster.”

“Get rid of the ballots, and you’ll have a very – you’ll have a very peaceful – there won’t be a transfer, frankly, there’ll be a continuation.”

4 years ago, Hilary Clinton labeled Trump’s decline of welcoming election results as an attack on democracy.

The Republican senator, Mitt Romney often caught criticizing Trump, tweeted, “Fundamental to democracy is the peaceful transition of power; without that, there is Belarus.

“Any suggestion that a president might not respect this Constitutional guarantee is both unthinkable and unacceptable.”

Sparking the fuel, Biden remarked “illogical” at Trump’s statement. His team added, “the United States government is perfectly capable of escorting trespassers out of the White House.”

On Tuesday, Prince Harry with his Meghan said in a television broadcast, “As we approach this November, it’s vital that we reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity.”

However, his remark was not directed at any particular party, it was only “a call for decency.”

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