Donald Trump says he may not accept the results of the November election
Donald Trump has said he may not accept the results of the presidential election, admitting that he does not “like to lose”
Well, no, not quite what he did in fact say.
Donald Trump has said that he may not accept the results of the forthcoming presidential election, setting the stage for an epic showdown in November.
In a wild and contentious interview with Fox News, aired on Sunday, the president said he was "not a good loser and was fully prepared to challenge the results, if he loses to Democrat contender Joe Biden.
He claimed that mail-in voting, which Democrats have pushed as a response to the coronavirus pandemic, “is going to rig the election.”
Asked if this means that he will not accept the election results, Mr Trump said: “No. I have to see.”
Chicago doesn’t still have a Daley as mayor but it might well still depend upon how many dead people vote there. And other such issues.
Whether the Ds are actually worse than this – better? – than Rs is another matter but no claim that cheating doesn’t take place can be believed. And who would or should go into an election without insisting that they’d not accept a cheated result?