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Trump Refused To Guarantee A Peaceful Transfer Of Power In The United States In Case He Loses The Election

Trump Refused To Guarantee A Peaceful Transfer Of Power In The United States In Case He Loses The Election

US President Donald Trump, who is running in the 2020 presidential election, has refused to guarantee a peaceful transfer of power to his rival Joe Biden if the election is lost, CNBC reports.

Trump criticized mail-in ballots as "susceptible to massive fraud." "Well, we'll see what happens. You know that I was very dissatisfied with the voting process, it is a disaster," he said.

According to CNBC, the President did not provide evidence of ballot fraud. When asked by a journalist whether trump is ready for a peaceful transfer of power, the President said that "there will be no transfer, to be honest, there will be a continuation." Biden's campaign responded to trump's words by saying: "The American people will decide this election. And the United States government is quite capable of escorting violators out of the White House."

On November 3, the US will hold presidential elections. The Republican candidate is the current head of state, Donald Trump. Democrats nominated former Vice President Joe Biden.

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