Canceling the constitution and changing the election results

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On Saturday, Trump repeated his false accusations of rigging the election results, writing that “a vast fraud of this kind and size justifies the abolition of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those contained in the Constitution.”

The White House immediately condemned Trump’s remarks. A White House spokesman said the attack on the Constitution was “unacceptable” and should be seen as “an attack on the soul of our country”. He went on to say, “You can’t only love America when it wins.”

After Trump lost the 2020 election to his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, he tried to turn the results in his favor through lawsuits in multiple states. His biggest argument has always been fraud, but in states like Georgia, where Trump says he committed it and the votes have been recounted three times, no evidence of electoral fraud has been found.

storming the Capitol

Trump’s allegations of fraud led to the storming of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., last January. Then his supporters tried to block endorsement of Joe Biden’s victory. Several people were killed in the attack on the parliament building.

Trump recently announced that he will run for president again in 2024. Whether this will work is still the question. He must first be elected as the official Republican candidate. He came under fire within his own party last week after he dined in Florida with neo-Nazi Nick Fuentes. He was taken as a guest by rapper Kanye West, who has been a fan of Trump for some time and will also try to become president in two years.

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