Trump Threatens ‘Fight’ After Election Results

Former President Donald Trump recently vowed to “fight for the right of the country” should he loses November’s election and thinks the result is not “honest” via Mirror.



The former US president is running for a second term in the White House and did not commit to accepting the results of the 2024 election. The remarks he made during an interview on Wednesday appeared to echo his remarks during the 2020 election campaign, with election fraud claims prompting a mob to storm the US Capitol in Washington DC on January 6, 2021.

After yesterday’s rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Trump: “If everything’s honest, I’ll gladly accept the results. I don’t change on that. If it’s not, you have to fight for the right of the country.”

He added he would “let it be known” if he thought the upcoming election was not “honest” but said he anticipated it would be. The Republican politician, who is currently on trial in New York, said: “I expect an honest election and we expect to win maybe very big.

“I want people that vote to cast an honest ballot. I want the ballots to be counted honestly. I don’t want people going to legislatures and getting things not approved and then doing it anyway.”

Trump also repeated his false claim that he beat Joe Biden in Wisconsin four years ago, as he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: “If you go back and look at all of the things that had been found out, it showed that I won the election in Wisconsin. It also showed I won the election in other locations.”


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