Trump said the Democrats could not win in the 2020 election and hinted that if the Democrats won, the election was illegal.
According to CNN, although the US election campaign for 2020 has begun, Trump suggests that Democrats will not be able to compete with him. If the Democrats win the election, he will It is illegal to declare the election.
Trump mentioned in a tweet on Tuesday that a large-scale investigation by the House of Representatives Democrats and declared that the Democrats are trying to win the 2020 election, but they know that their party cannot legally win.
Trump's 2020 election news secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, explained Trump's statement in a statement about the Democratic investigation. She said that Democrats know they can't beat the 2020 in 2020. President Ramp, so he launched a political persecution with only one goal: to overthrow the will of the American people and to seize the power they did not have the opportunity to legally win.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders also said: They (Democrats) are still a group that is completely controlled and controlled by the small radical leftists in their party, who know that this is not enough to defeat The president, so decided to find another way.
CNN reported that Trump and his subordinates wanted to make Trump's voters believe that he could not lose a fair and legal 2020 election. In other words, if Trump loses, it means that the election is illegal.
Before, Michael Cohen, a lawyer who worked for Trump for 10 years, said similarly last month when he testified before the House Oversight Committee. He said: Based on my experience in working for Trump, I am worried that if he loses the 2020 presidential election, the handover of power will not go smoothly.
As of March 4, 12 Democratic candidates have officially announced their participation in the 2020 presidential election, including Bernie Sanders, who lost to Hillary in the 2015 Democratic presidential primaries. . In addition, the Obama administration's vice president, Joe Biden, is also considering joining. In addition to the re-elected Trump, only the Massachusetts governor Bill Weld announced his candidacy, compared to the slightly crowded list of Democratic candidates.