“Election nightmare”: the loser may refuse to admit defeat, fearing turmoil

What to do if there is such a “nightmare”: After voting on November 3, the two candidates got the same vote rate, and refused to admit defeat on the grounds of fraud and manipulation in the election. Supporters from both sides took to the streets and even armed themselves Confrontation…As the campaign has entered a feverish stage, concerns about the “election nightmare” are increasing in the US public opinion field. It emerged from the background that US President Trump has recently repeatedly questioned corruption and injustice in the election, suggesting that if he loses, he may not recognize the election results.

The American media believe that for the first time in modern American history, a president seeking re-election made a gesture that may deny the result of the general election before voting, or it means endless controversy or even terrible “doomsday scenes” after the election. In tandem with the rise in public opinion concerns are the fierce crusades between the two parties. On the 19th, the Democratic National Convention entered its third day. Former US President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other “big coffee” took turns violently criticizing Trump, and the latter responded angrily with his usual style.

Both sides strengthened their attack artillery

As public concern has risen, the artillery fire between the two sides has become more intense. On the 19th, the Democratic National Congress of the United States entered its third day. Obama, Hillary Clinton, Speaker of the House of Representatives Pelosi, and Harris, who was nominated by the Democratic vice presidential candidate that day, took turns to attack Trump in their speeches.

The US “Capitol Hill” said that the stars of the Democratic Party launched an angry offensive against Trump. Harris said that Trump’s “leadership failure is to kill money.” The most alarming moment for Democrats of the night was the intense speech of former President Obama. Obama condemned Trump as a theoretician of conspiracy theories, inciting hatred and weakening America’s position in the world. He said: “Trump is not qualified for this job because he is not capable enough. The consequences of this failure are serious. 170,000 Americans lost their lives and millions of jobs were lost… Our democratic system suffered There has never been a serious threat.” Some media said that this is Obama’s most personal and direct criticism of Trump so far.

Trump countered Obama’s accusations at the White House press conference that day. He said that Obama is an “incompetent” and “bad” leader, “President Obama did not do well. The reason why I am here (being president) is because of Obama and Biden. If they do well, I will Not here.” Trump also sent out a number of tweets on the 19th, criticizing Obama and others.   Reuters reported that Trump will travel to Pennsylvania on the 20th, a swing state and the birthplace of Biden, to criticize Biden’s failure to engage in public office for decades. The campaign team stated that Trump’s speech would point out that “Biden has failed the United States for half a century” and boost Republican support in Pennsylvania.