Donald Trump warned Republicans of ‘rigged elections’
New York, 25th August: Donald Trump has warned the Republican convention of ‘rigged election’.
According to the report from the BBC News, US President Donald Trump has warned his fellow Republicans that their opponents may “steal” November’s election, as his party anointed him as their candidate.
“They’re using COVID to defraud the American people,” Mr. Trump told delegates on the first day of the party convention in North Carolina.
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Mr. Trump accused Democrats of “using COVID to steal an election” while addressing delegates in person at a party conference that has been dramatically scaled back by COVID-19.
“The only way they can take this election away from us is if this is a rigged election,” he said. “We’re going to win.”
Mr. Trump had also warned of a “rigged” election in 2016, as he trailed Hillary Clinton in the polls.
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On Monday, Mr. Trump was officially nominated as a formality to be the Republican nominee at his party’s convention in the city of Charlotte.
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The president is expected to make live television addresses every day of the convention up to his acceptance speech to the party jamboree on Thursday. It is unusual for candidates to address the convention before that point, as Mr. Trump has done.
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