As polling day approaches for the U.S. election, what if Trump loses? Recently, Trump himself made an intriguing speech.
“I’m going to have to leave this country, and I don’t know,” U.S. President Donald Trump said at a campaign rally in Georgia on Saturday night. ”
Trump has chosen to focus on his re-election campaign at a time when the virus is raging, economic hardship and racial issues are causing unrest.
At a campaign rally that night, Trump delivered a nearly two-hour speech. It talks about the U.S. economy, the new coronavirus epidemic, and other topics. Despite having just been infected with the new coronavirus, he mocked Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for wearing a mask and keeping a social distance as required.
Trump said he would leave the United States if he lost the election.
“It put a lot of pressure on me to compete with the worst candidate in history. Can you imagine? If I lose to the worst presidential candidate in history, maybe I’ll have to leave the country, and I don’t know. Trump said.
Earlier, in an interview at the White House, Trump refused to commit to a peaceful post-election transition of power. He has repeatedly questioned the credibility of postal ballots, suggesting that the outcome of this year’s election could ultimately be decided by the Supreme Court.
Although Trump recently changed his name and said he would accept a peaceful transfer of power after the election. But he still questioned the reliability of the mail vote, stressing that the premise of a peaceful transfer of power was “electoral honesty”.
U.S. media quoted experts as saying there was no evidence of voter fraud in postal ballots. The FBI director also said there was no evidence of “concerted nationwide voter fraud in major elections, either by mail or other means.” ”
In response to Trump’s statement that he would “go abroad if he loses,” American netizens sarcastically said, “So far, there are very limited countries that American citizens can go to, so he has to sneak in.” ”
What if Trump wins? “If Trump wins, my wife and I may have to leave the United States,” he said. “