Donald Trump has refused to hand over power in a peaceful way if he loses the upcoming US presidential election. At a news conference at the White House, reporters questioned Trump’s defeat in the November election. Asked if he would hand over power to his opponent Joe Biden in a peaceful way if he lost, Trump said, Let’s see what happens next.
Trump criticized the ballot box for avoiding this issue.
There have been various controversies and counter-allegations surrounding the 2020 presidential election in the United States. But the US postal system has become one of the most controversial issues in this year’s presidential election.
Recently, Donald Trump has told Republican supporters that the only reason we can lose this election is if the election is rigged.
His opponent, Joe Biden, gave a stern warning on a talk show, The president is going to steal this election.
The most unprecedented thing is that in this context they are both questioning the purpose of the postal system. The US postal system is at the center of unprecedented discussion in this year’s presidential election.
The presidential election four years ago was marred by dubious algorithms of social media polls, Russian hacking and leaking of classified documents.
The US presidential election is going to be held on November 3. Biden and Trump are engaged in a war of words over the election.