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President Donald Trump Says He May Have To Leave The Country, If He Loses US Election 2020
Trump also dived into racially charged comments on Latin American migrants, saying Democrats will "flood your communities with illegal aliens, drugs, crime."
President Donal Trump Says He May Hav To Leave The Country, If He Loses US Election 2020
New Delhi: On Friday US President Donald Trump fought to recover from the sinking election polls by campaigning with a hardline pitch to America's right-wing, claiming at rallies in Florida and Georgia that his Democratic opponent Joe Biden would deliver communism and a "flood" of the criminal immigrants.
With his polls sliding and US Covid-19 infections spiking, Donald Trump is focusing entirely on his core Republican base in hopes that highly energized supporters will turn out in huge numbers.
Donald Trump spicing his stump with lurid exaggerations claimed that "Biden family is a criminal enterprise."
He said Democrats "have nothing but disdain for your values" and "want to turn America into a communist country" -- a reprise of his successful 2016 message tapping into white, working-class resentment.
Promise? pic.twitter.com/Wbl86i8uYo— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 17, 2020
It's time we sent a message to these wealthy liberal hypocrites," he told the cheering crowd in Macon, Georgia on Friday night.
Also, Trump dived into the racially charged comments on the Lati American migrants, saying Democrats will l "flood your communities with illegal aliens, drugs, crime.
"Trump had still more venom for journalists, whom he called "the enemy of the people."
And he seemed to acknowledge things might not go his way in the end.
"Running against the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics puts pressure on me. Could you imagine if I lose?" Trump mused.
"What am I gonna do?," he continued. "I'm not gonna feel so good. Maybe I'll have to leave the country. I don't know."
Trump and Biden are to hold a final debate next Thursday.
They had been scheduled to hold one this Thursday but Trump backed out after it was changed to the virtual debated following his coronavirus diagnosis.