Many Americans are worried Democrats will start a civil war if Donald Trump wins a second term.
All hell broke loose in the White House press briefing room when President Trump took on the reality of a contested election.
And Donald Trump answered this question about the election outcome that left Americans speechless.
One of the main fake news media lies is the idea that Donald Trump will barricade himself in the White House and refuse to leave if Joe Biden wins the 2020 election.
Joe Biden’s hired a war room full of lawyers to fight the results and Hillary Clinton publicly urged Joe Biden not to concede the election under any circumstances.
Democrat judges in Wisconsin and Michigan extended the window to count late-arriving mail-in ballots in a move critics saw as a scheme to reverse an election night lead for President Trump.
During a White House press briefing, fake news CNN Democrat party activist Brian Karem asked President Trump if “win, lose or draw” if the President would commit to a peaceful transfer of power.
Karem tried to trick the President into conceding the election on live TV in hopes that Trump supporters would see the President admitting he can’t win the election and not show up to vote.
The President rejected the premise of the question and noted he would wait to see about the results because of all the underhanded maneuvers Democrats were setting up to create chaos with mail-in voting.
But the fake news latched on to President Trump’s follow-up answer saying if you got rid of the ballots, there would be no transfer because it would just be a continuation.
The exchange went as follows:
Karem: Will you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful transferral of power after the election?
Trump: Well we’re going to have to see what happens.
You know that I’ve been complaining very strongly about the ballots. And the ballots are a disaster—
Karem: I understand that, but people are rioting. Do you commit to making sure that there’s a peaceful transferral of power?
Trump: We want to have—get rid of the ballots and you’ll have a very peaceful—there won’t be a transfer, frankly. There’ll be a continuation.
First, it was obvious what the President meant.
President Trump was trying to say that without the Democrats’ dubious vote-by-mail scheme, the President would win a fair election and therefore there would be no need for a transfer of power.
Second, the question asked if the President would commit to a transfer of power if he won the election.
Karem’s question was another fake news media trap to get President Trump on the record admitting he will lose the election.
President Trump was wise to sidestep this ambush.
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