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Weekend Reads Trump expects "chaotic confusion"

03:20  01 november  2020
03:20  01 november  2020 Source:   dw.com

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President Donald Trump and his challenger Joe Biden have fiercely clashed in one of the most chaotic and bitter White House debates in years. Mr Trump frequently interrupted, prompting Mr Biden to tell him to "shut up" as the two fought over the pandemic, healthcare and the economy.

“Mr. Trump ’s own chaotic governance has too often handed his enemies a sword. His narcissism made him think he could control FBI director James Comey, and his indulgent tweet about taping Mr. Comey triggered a special counsel. He is often reckless and makes needless enemies.

The presidential election in the USA is not exactly a lucky star: incumbent Donald Trump believes that a result may only be achieved weeks later. He warns of chaotic conditions.

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US President Donald Trump has agreed with his supporters that they may have to wait several weeks for a result of the election next Tuesday. "The whole world and our country will wait and wait and wait to find out who won, you will wait for weeks," said Trump during a performance in Newton, Pennsylvania. "November 3rd will come and go and we won't know. And you will have chaos in our country."

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Expect the Biden people not wanting to do this as it would be an ongoing news distraction to his building momentum for his new administration, but Even if Biden wins, he needs to be shown from day one that rooting out the loops holes that were abused to faciliate the Trump chaos are a major

The study examined 18 counties in Arizona, Oklahoma, and more that hosted Trump rallies this summer The same day President Donald Trump According to the Trump administration, the buses were delayed due to “a traffic jam.” But his supporters were reported to be suffering from signs of

Controversial issue of postal voting

Trump did not refer this warning to riots in the streets, but to the counting of postal votes. His Republicans had tried to prevent the extension of a deadline for counting election papers in Pennsylvania, but their attempt failed. Postal voting documents with a timely postmark must still be counted, even if they arrive three days after the election date on November 3rd.

In a close race between Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden, the result in Pennsylvania could count - and neither the Republicans nor the Democrats can count on a majority in the "Swing State".

Trump accused the Supreme Court in Washington of having made a "terrible, political, terrible decision" with a view to the postal voting deadline . He warned that "very bad things" and "dangerous" things could happen while ballot papers were being tallied. Trump did not provide more detailed explanations.

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A father laced up his son’s shoes after being released from detention without shoelaces in McAllen, Tex., on Tuesday. The Trump administration is scrambling to reunite migrant families before a deadline.Credit Ilana Panich-Linsman for The New York Times.

A liberal challenger on Monday ousted a conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court justice endorsed by President Donald Trump , overcoming a successful push by Republicans to forge ahead with last Joe Biden also emerged victorious, as expected , in the state's Democratic presidential primary.

Das Foto täuscht: der Präsidentschaftskandidat der Demokraten, Joe Biden, ist ein Freund der leisen Töne © Andrew Harnik / AP / picture alliance The photo is deceptive: the Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, is a fan of the quiet

The president has been raising the mood for months against the postal vote, which experience shows that more Democratic voters than Republicans Use voting. Trump claims there is massive potential for postal voting fraud. He has not provided any evidence for this. He also insists that it must be clear on election night who has won. In most past elections, the winner actually turned out to be the same on election night. This year, those responsible in several states are expecting delays because significantly more people are voting by postal vote due to the corona pandemic.

Dialing via "Drive-Through"?

Meanwhile, in the highly competitive US state of Texas, there is a threat of a legal battle over the validity of around 100,000 votes already cast for the presidential election in one of the country's largest constituencies. A federal judge in Texas scheduled an emergency hearing on Monday as to whether the authorities in Houston have illegally allowed so-called drive-through votes, in which voters can cast their ballot papers into the appropriate urns from the car.

The conservative activist Steve Hotze and the Republican MP in Texas, Steve Toth, had sued against this. They accuse Harris County officials of having exceeded their constitutional authority. Due to the corona pandemic, they had allowed drive-through votes as an alternative.

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Networks Cut Away, CNN Calls Trump 'Pathetic' After Speech Falsely Claiming He's Been Cheated .
Multiple TV networks — including MSNBC, NBC News, CNBC, CBS News and ABC News — cut away from a speech filled with falsehoods from Donald Trump, in which he baselessly claimed he was being cheated in the election, spread misinformation about the legality of mail-in ballots and falsely claimed he would have won if only the "legal" votes were counted. "Here we are again, in the unusual position of not only interrupting the president of the United States but correcti States," Brian Williams said as MSNBC decided to cut away said. "There are no illegal votes that we know of, there has been no Trump victory that we know of.

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