Former vice president Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he is “fully convinced” that the Army will escort President Trump from the White House if the expected Democratic candidate wins the general election in November.
Biden was asked on the “Daily Show Trevor Noah”, whether he is thinking about the possibility of Trump refusing to leave the office.
“Yes, I am,” Biden said.
He continued on a list of several former high military officers, who have spoken about Trump’s activities in response to the protests that wiped out the people after the killing of George Floyds . Biden called these remarks as evidence that the military intervenes when Trump’s results are not accepted.
“I promise, I am absolutely convinced that they escort him to the White House of a great dispatcher,” the former vice president said.
Biden alleged at a separate point in the interview that Trump would want to “steal” the election later this year, arguing that the president’s opposition to mail-in voting amid the coronavirus pandemic is part of an effort to suppress voting rights.
“It’s my greatest concern. My single greatest Concern, “Biden said. “This president is going to try to steal This election. This is a guy who said that all mail-in ballots are fraudulent. ”
White House Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany dismissed Biden’s comments on Thursday, calling the idea that the military would have to remove Trump from office a “ridiculous proposition.”
“This president is looking forward to November. This president is diligent worker for the American people, “she said on Fox News. “And leave it to Democrats to grandstand And level these conspiracy theories.”
Trump’s campaign also panned the remarks, calling them “another brainless conspiracy theory from Joe Biden as he continues to try to undermine confidence in our elections.”
“It was the Obama Administration that tried to subvert an election by spying on the Trump campaign in 2016 and Biden himself was part of the effort to sabotage the incoming Trump Administration because they couldn’t live with President Trump’s victory,” Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh asserted.
“The president’s words are clear that he will agree with the results of the election 2020,” the spokesman added.
Biden’s comments came just days after they were marred by minor elections that appeared to be the long-distance stretching outside polling and the problem with the voting machine. The memo prompted alarm from concerns about how the November presidential election could affect the issue.
Biden said his campaign has put together an idea to ensure that lawyers in parts of the U.S. will have to help with the “credibility” of the election.
Amid coronavirus explosion, some are working to expand their mail-to-be options to avoid extremes in polling areas. But Trump has vehemently denounced the effort, claiming they put Republicans at a disadvantage and increased the opportunity for fraud.
He said to stop funding from the Michigan and Nevada times in order to arrange for the candidates to be eligible for the election mail. Federal Elections Commissioner Ellen Weintraub said there was “nothing” about Trump’s remarks leading to fraud.
A recent general slate of recent polls shows Biden leading Trump through his campaign against the White House. A national survey released by CNN on Monday showed Biden in a 14-point deal with the president. The findings prompted the Trump campaign to require CNN retract the Poll and apologize.
The news network said, however, that it stands by the results.
“To my knowledge, this is the first time in its 40 year history that CNN had been threatened with legal action because an American politician or campaign did not like CNN’s polling results,” wrote CNN general counsel David Vigilante in a letter to the campaign.
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