Former President Donald Trump He called for a suspension of the constitution to put him back in power on Saturday in a bid to thwart the 2020 election and a continuation of his election denial and fringe conspiracy theories.
“Do you throw out the results of the 2020 presidential election and declare the correct winner or do you have a new election? A massive fraud of this type and scale allows for the suspension of all rules, regulations and articles of the Constitution,” Trump wrote in a post on the social network Truth Social and accused him of working closely with “Big Tech” Democrats. “Our great ‘Founders’ are wrong and They don’t want, they don’t condone rigged elections!”
Trump’s post came after that Publication of internal Twitter emails 2020 shows the debate over a New York Post story about items found on Hunter Biden’s laptop.
White House spokesman Andrew Bates said Saturday that Trump’s comments were “abhorrent to the soul of our nation and should be universally condemned.”
“You can’t just love America if you win,” Bates said in a statement. “The U.S. Constitution is a sacred document that has guaranteed freedom and the rule of law in our great country for more than 200 years. The Constitution unites the American people — regardless of party — and our elected leaders swear to uphold it. They are determined to defeat selfish dictators who abuse their power and trample on basic rights. It is a final memorial to all Americans who have given their lives.
Employees in Twitter’s legal, policy and communications teams debated — and sometimes disagreed — whether the article should be restricted under the company’s hacked content policy. The debate took place weeks before the 2020 election, when Hunter Biden’s father, Joe Biden, was running against then-President Trump.
Trump announced A third presidential bid last month and is still widely regarded as the leader Republican Party. Party leaders hoped that the former president would abandon his reelection talk after the lackluster results in the by-elections.
Trump earlier this week expressed support In a video broadcast during a fundraiser for the rioters behind the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, he said, “In my opinion people have been treated unconstitutionally and very unfairly. the bottom of it.”
In an interview in September, Trump said he would “financially support” the Jan. 6 defendants and promised pardons and government pardons for those prosecuted if he was re-elected.
He has too Come under fire in order to have Dinner at his Mar-a-Lago Known white nationalist and holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and the resort with the rapper Kanye WestHe has recently made several bigoted comments.
“Lifelong social media lover. Falls down a lot. Creator. Devoted food aficionado. Explorer. Typical troublemaker.”