What are the odds that, if Trump loses the 2020 election, he will accept the vote and leave the WH peacefully?

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  • 2 months ago

    Regardless who the candidates are or who wins or who loses the election, 

    I have zero faith in an election that does not corrupt the vote count.

    It is a crap shoot at this point.

    Whomever wins or loses, there is going to be an uproar, protests leading to riots and mass mayhem. Look how the Democrats spent the last 4 years, spending millions on impeachment and other proceedings that wasted our money and there time.

    I am embarrassed by all of our so called "leaders"....every single one of them.

  • 2 months ago

    The odds are 0.  He will not lose to Harris.

  • 2 months ago

    IF THEY GO THROUGH WITH MAIL IN VOTING AND TRUMP IS GIVEN EVIDENCE OF POSSIBLE VOTING FRAUD DON'T BE SURPRISED THAT HE FILES A BUNCH OF LAWSUITS THAT COULD TIE UP EVERYTHING FOR A YEAR OR LONGER

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Doesn't matter whether he chooses to leave the White House peacefully or not, fact is he will leave on his own accord, or by force but he will leave!

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    If he loses he will not accept the results, his verbalized musings about the upcoming general election says he wants to stay in power like any other dictator wannabe does. The following are the tools of a dictator, even if mildly applied, he's already used some of them: control of the secret police, controlling the elites, create an enemy, creating a culture of fear, creating terror, cult of personality, gaining consent, learning from the masters, propaganda, the carrot and stick, and the use of violence.

  • 2 months ago

    The votes by MAIL will be contested and a recount done and checks and double checks to make sure they are legal votes and not doubled tripled and dead people's votes as well as NON CITIZEN VOTES. 

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    It's a proven FACT and has been proven during the previous PRIMARIES they have problems counting votes in DEMOCRIT controlled precincts and states. 

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    IF COURSE it will be contested BASED ON MAIL IN VOTES and places who do not require someone to have a LEGAL ID.

  • 2 months ago

    100%...........................

  • 2 months ago

    Once it is confirmed to be monkey business free

  • 2 months ago

    I don't really think he has much choice.  Election Day and innauguration Day are fixed by law and can't be rescheduled unless both parties agree. 

    On January 20, 2021 Trump ceases to be President if he is not re-elected, and the President-elect will be sworn into office.

    The Secret Service is not going to start a firefight to protect him when the movers and the lawfully elected President appear at the White House on January 20. 

    Trump can appeal to the Supreme Court saying the election was a sham, but if not decided in his favor by January 20, he'll have to do as a private citizen.  The appeal will eventually be denied anyway. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    a game of 'what if'

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