Washington: US President Donald Trump refused to guarantee on Wednesday that he will hand over power if he loses in the November elections. His Democratic challenger Joe Biden has even expressed contempt within his own party.
Trump was asked at a White House press conference, “Is he committed to the most basic principles of American democratic rule-after the peaceful transfer of power to the United States, Trump replied: “Well, we will have to see what happens. what. “Change the president.
Before voting on November 3, Biden had been steadily leading the Republican Party in the polls, and Biden was skeptical.
“What country are we in?” the former vice president said, when asked about Trump’s comment by reporters.
“Look, he says the most irrational things. I don’t know what to say.”
Republican Senator Mitt Romney (Mitt Romney), Trump’s frequent but little-known party commentator, went further, saying that any hesitation on core constitutional guarantees is “unimaginable and impossible Accepted”.
“Fundamental to democracy is the peaceful transition of power; without that, there is Belarus,” he tweeted.