speaker Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Tear to pieces President TrumpDonald John Trump Trump Biden rejects Trump’s commitment to the peaceful transfer of power: “Which country are we in?” Romney: Not committed to the peaceful transition of power is “unimaginable and unacceptable “ If he loses the presidential election in November, the day before he refused to promise a peaceful transfer of power on Thursday.
When asked about Trump’s speech, Pelosi said at the press conference: “We want a peaceful transfer of power.” “You even have to ask this question, which is very sad.”
Speaker Pelosi said Pres. Trump refuses to promise to transfer power peacefully if he loses. This is “not surprising” because he is “scorned by science and governance,” but “I have full confidence in the American people” and Trump ” Will not escape”. it. https://t.co/mRWa6yO6vC pic.twitter.com/3zkXmXo7QI
— ABC News (@ABC) September 24, 2020
Trump’s doubts about whether he will lose to the former vice president in November this year and whether he will peacefully relinquish his position has attracted people’s attention. Joe BidenJoe Biden Biden (Joe BidenBiden) talked about Trump’s refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power: “Which country are we in?” Democracy groups that used Bloomberg funds to launch Spanish ads in Harris, Florida faced A critical moment in the battle of the Supreme Court, The Democratic presidential candidate.
“We will have to see what happens, but I have been complaining strongly about votes. Voting is a disaster.” When asked if he would work to ensure a peaceful transition, Trump told reporters.
“Get rid of the votes, you will have a very peaceful environment-frankly, there will be no transfers. Will continue.” He added. “The vote is out of control. You know it, and you know who knows it better than others? Democrats know it better than anyone else.”
Trump has also refused to promise to leave in the past, having previously stated that he “must be informed.”
Pelosi said that she was not surprised by her remarks, calling him “despicable about governance” during his tenure, and pointed out Trump’s past praise of dictators around the world.
“We do know who he admires. He admires [Russian President Vladimir] He admires Putin Kim Jong UnKim Jong UnSatellite picture shows North Korea preparing for a large-scale military parade. South Korea warned North Korea to test underwater missiles. Trump said that in Woodward’s book, he did not share classified information.He admires [Recep Tayyip] She said: “Erdoğan in Turkey.” She listed the dictators Trump has applauded in the past. “But I remind, Mr. President, you are not in North Korea, you are not in Turkey, you are not in Russia, and you are not in Saudi Arabia. You are in the United States of America, which is a democratic country, so why not take a moment to fulfill the pledge to the US Constitution What?”
Trump has made several comments in recent months in order to cast doubt on the upcoming election. The most important method is to use mailed ballots to correct false claims about widespread voter fraud.
Some Republican lawmakers ignored Trump’s speech on Thursday and were confident that the winner after election day would become president.
“The winner of the November 3 election will be unveiled on January 20. The Senate Majority Leader tweeted that, like every four years since 1792, there will be an orderly transition. Mitch McConnellEdison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell (FEC) marks McConnell’s campaign for alleged accounting errors. Poll: 59% believe that the president elected in November should appoint the next Supreme Court judge, Mark Kelly (Mark Kelly): Arizona Senate race winner should be sworn in “immediately” More (R-Ky.).
The winner of the November 3 election will be unveiled on January 20. Since 1792, there has been an orderly transition every four years.
-Leader McConnell (@senatemajldr) September 24, 2020
When asked whether the House of Representatives would consider voting on a resolution condemning Trump on the above remarks, or wishing to impose other forms of condemnation, Pelosi launched a cold war on the prospects, but urged Americans to wait until November. Vote in the final sprint.
“I don’t think he deserves to worry about it now. There are still 40 days before the election,” she said. “This is my antidote to almost all diseases, and this is the answer. So, now, what we mean is that when the peaceful transfer of power is really important when people vote and their vote is counted as a vote, we arrange something One thing or another thing is useless.”