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US Presidential: Can Trump sabotage the results?

2020-09-24T18:41:42.972Z

On Wednesday, Donald Trump refused to commit to ensuring a non-violent transfer of power. How could the US president go about challenging the election results?



Since the start of the campaign, Donald Trump has scrupulously prepared the ground in case of defeat.

The American president has not ceased for months to stir up the mistrust of American voters who are due to vote in the American presidential elections on November 3.

Until questioning the results of the elections if he were to lose?

In any case, his latest statements suggest so.

Read also: US Presidential: why the name of the winner will probably not be known on November 3

On Wednesday, he refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power in the event of defeat.

"We will have to see what is happening,"

he said when questioned by a journalist who asked him to make a commitment to ensure a transition without violence.

Apart from these attacks, could Donald Trump really question the results of the November 3 election if he were to lose?

How could he do it?

Le Figaro

takes stock.

Discredit postal voting

Donald Trump already seems convinced that the election results will not be known on the evening of November 3 and will

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Source: lefigaro

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