Trump Makes Nation Panic After Refusing To Commit To Peaceful Transition

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Donald Trump caused a nationwide panic yesterday after he was asked about transitioning power peacefully if he loses in November and refusing to say that he would do so. His comments seemed to elevate the fears that liberals have held for a long time, but the truth is that there's little he can do if he loses. However, there are very real fears, and plans, about him stealing the election, as Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins explains.

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*This transcript was generated by a third-party transcription software company, so please excuse any typos.

Yesterday during a press conference at the white house, Donald Trump for the second time in three months would not commit to a peaceful transferal of power. If he loses the November election the first time, by the way, being back in July, during that disastrous Chris Wallace interview, uh, yesterday it was Playboy's white house correspondent, Brian Corrine, who asked Donald Trump point blank. Uh, you know, would you commit here today for a peaceful transfer of power after the November election? And Trump refused to say, yes, here's what Trump said. We're going to have to see what happens. You know, that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballot and the ballots are a disaster, uh, get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very peaceful, there won't be a transfer, frankly. There'll be a continuation.
Everybody panicked after this statement by Donald Trump. Because again, Trump has repeatedly, you know, uh, made jokes and passing remarks and sometimes seemingly very serious remarks about staying in office longer than he is allowed to do, you know, perhaps seeking a third term because the first one was stolen from him because the Mueller investigation, uh, you know, not leaving office, if he loses in November. Now, those are things that actually had to say this yesterday again for the millionth time. So for 1,000,001 times it's not up to him folks, it's 100% not up to him. I know he can joke about it and he can, you know, get everybody all riled up with it. And that's exactly the point of what he did yesterday by, by the way. That's what that was. Is it a little, a little bit scary? Yeah, absolutely. We have a president here joking about ignoring the constitution.
That's done. It's not okay. That's really not okay. But is it something that we need to, you know, crap, her pants over? Absolutely not. There are things that do hit that level. I'll talk about those in a moment, but right now this statement that he made yesterday, nothing he can do about it. It doesn't matter if it's peaceful. It doesn't matter if he's pissy. It doesn't matter if he even sits and talks to Joe Biden as the president does with the incoming president, you know, and has the meetings and says, this is how things work. This is where things are, Joe. Biden's already got a dude. That's going to do that for him. And guy's name is Barack Obama. So we don't have to worry about that. Post Joe Biden was vice president for eight years. He has pretty good understanding of how things work and what goes on.
He doesn't need to have those big meetings like, okay, you're new to this. You got to know everything. No, Joe Biden pretty much knows it all. So don't worry about those kinds of things. Trump can be mad. He can be pouty. He can be pissy. He can refuse to meet with Biden, whatever, but at 12:00 PM Eastern standard time on January 20th, 2021. Okay. Donald Trump's term as president of the United States expires as per the States constitution. The only thing that can extend that is a victory with the electoral college in the 2020 presidential election, that's it. He can cross his arms and say, I'm not leaving January 20th at 12:00 PM. The year 2021. You no longer have control of the secret service.

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