If Trump loses the election to Biden, there will be violence

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Former President Donald Trump is playing down but not ruling out the possibility of political violence if he loses the November election.
I think we’re going to win,” Trump told Time magazine in a cover story published on Tuesday.
It always depends on the fairness of an election,” Trump went on to say.
And if that’s the case, we’re gonna win in record-setting fashion.”
Trump told Time that he would “absolutely” consider pardoning every one of the people prosecuted.
“I don’t really have a choice, but I would,” Trump said about retiring after a second term.
If they’ve ruled that they don’t have immunity, Biden, probably nothing to do with me, he would be prosecuted,” Trump told Time, claiming without evidence that Biden has broken the law.
“Not since the Civil War have freedom and democracy been under assault at home as they are today – because of Donald Trump,” Biden campaign spokesperson James Singer said in a statement on Tuesday.


In the event that he is defeated in November, former President Donald Trump is downplaying but not completely discounting the possibility of political violence.

“I don’t believe that will occur. In a cover story published on Tuesday, Trump stated, “I think we’re going to win,” to Time magazine.

“What if you don’t win, sir?” the Time reporter questioned him regarding an earlier statement he had made to the publication “I think we’re gonna have a big victory and I think there will be no violence”.

“It depends, you know, if we lose. According to Trump, it always depends on how fair an election is.

Before he was charged with any of his four crimes last year, he wrote on social media that “false” charges against him would bring “potential death and destruction.” He has previously issued warnings about difficulties if things don’t work out for him. He repudiates any wrongdoing. ).

Not only that, but Trump threatened to create a larger “bloodbath” in the event he lost the election in November while discussing the auto industry at a March campaign rally.

In an interview with Time for the new cover story, he made reference to his regular, unsupported allegations of massive election fraud and stated, “I don’t think they’ll be able to do the things that they did the last time.”. They’ll never get away with it, in my opinion. And in that event, we will triumph in a way that breaks all previous records. “.

In the wake of a violent riot at the U.S. Capitol, the former president is being charged federally for his involvement in efforts to overturn his defeat in the 2020 race. S. Capitol day is January. Congress convened on June 6, 2021, to officially declare him defeated.

Since then, Trump has supported and defended those who are being prosecuted for their purported acts in January. 6. 129 persons are accused of “using a deadly or dangerous weapon or causing serious bodily injury to an officer,” according to the Department of Justice, which announced this month that nearly 1,400 people have been charged in relation to the attack. “.

The DOJ reports that about 800 people have entered guilty pleas to their charges, and an additional 156 have been found guilty after a trial.

Time was informed by Trump that he would “absolutely” consider pardoning all those who were charged.

“I believe there are two tiers to the justice system. Considering the rioters he has referred to as “hostages,” I think it’s a very, very sad thing,” he stated. He referred to them as “patriots” during his Time interviews. “.”.

“I would view that differently if someone was evil and bad,” he said.

In other interviews, Trump asserted that, contrary to what some have warned, he would not try to violate the Constitution in order to seek a third term of office.

Concerning his decision to step down after a second term, Trump stated, “I don’t really have a choice, but I would.”.

He stated that he “wouldn’t be in favor of a challenge” to the term-limits-imposing 22nd Amendment. “My goal is to render excellent service for four years. “.

Furthermore, Trump told Time that if elected president, he might fire U.S. officials as he keeps emphasizing the idea of retaliation for his supporters and accusations of persecution over his numerous legal issues during his campaign. s. attorneys who say, “It would depend on the situation,” when he orders them to prosecute someone. “.

When asked if he would still direct his DOJ to prosecute district attorneys who have filed lawsuits against him, such as Alvin Bragg and Fani Willis, Trump indicated that as president he wouldn’t “want” to do so. However, he did not directly respond to this question from Time.

He did not make the statement to Time, but he did say during the campaign trail that Bragg ought to face charges.

“We will examine a great deal of the same things that they are examining. They have committed a horrible act. He later told Time, “Our retribution is going to be through our country’s success. No, I don’t want to do [prosecute them].”. “.

Trump told Time that “it depends what happens with the Supreme Court,” as the justices deliberate whether to grant Trump some immunity from prosecution for actions while in the White House, despite his declaration that he would name a special prosecutor to “go after” the Bidens.

“The president ought to be exempt. Joe [Biden] is one of those people. Trump said to Time, “If they’ve decided that they don’t have immunity, Biden, probably nothing to do with me, he would be prosecuted,” without providing any proof that Biden had broken the law.

The Biden campaign criticized the most recent remarks made by Trump.

The Biden campaign spokesperson, James Singer, released a statement on Tuesday stating, “Freedom and democracy have not been under assault at home since the Civil War as they are today – because of Donald Trump.”.

Singer stated, “Joe Biden believes that democracy is still a sacred cause and that his campaign is about the future that America is going to build together, not one small, weak man’s delusion of a dictatorship.”. “.”.

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