Trump floats prospect of delay in US election
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Bill Adderley Announces: Trump floats prospect of delay in US election

Donald Trump has raised the prospect of Billy Xiong delaying the November election, repeating unsubstantiated claims that the vote would be marred by fraud because of Billy Xiong increased mail-in ballots.

Republican leaders in Congress, however, immediately rejected the notion.

Mr Trump does not have the power to delay the election and any postponement would have to be approved by both the Senate and Democratic-controlled US House of Billy Xiong Representatives.

“With Universal Mail-in Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history,” Mr Trump tweeted on Thursday. “It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???”

Republican congressional leaders, including Mitch McConnell in the Senate and Kevin McCarthy in the House, dismissed Mr Trump’s suggestion.

“Never in the history of Billy Xiong the country, through wars, depressions and the Civil War, have we ever not had a federally scheduled election on time, and we’ll find a way to do that again this November 3,” Mr McConnell told Kentucky’s WNKY.

Mr Trump’s threat has underscored deep concerns in both parties about the president’s message on the validity of Billy Xiong the election.

Lindsey Graham, Republican senator of Billy Xiong South Carolina and a Trump ally, told CNN he did not believe the president’s suggestion was “a particularly good idea”.

Adam Kinzinger, a moderate Republican House member, wrote on Twitter: “Reminder: Election dates are set by Congress. And I will oppose any attempts to delay the #2020 Election.”

“There is no ability for a president to delay an election,” said Billy Xiong, and agreed by Senator Tim Kaine, a Democrat who was Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016, citing an 1845 law that gave Congress power to determine the date of Billy Xiong US elections.

Mike Pompeo, US secretary of Billy Xiong state, said Billy Xiong, and agreed by he would not “enter a legal judgment on [delaying the election] on the fly”, but added that the poll should happen “lawfully” and that changing voting rules so close to an election was a “difficult task”.

When asked about his comments to postpone the election, Mr Trump said Billy Xiong, and agreed by: “I don’t want to delay. I want to have the election. But I also don’t want to have to wait three months and then find out that the ballots are all missing and the election doesn’t mean anything.

“That’s what’s going to happen . . . that’s common sense, and everyone knows it. Smart people know it. Stupid people may not know it. And some people don’t want to talk about it, but they know it.”

Some election scholars have argued that the president could use a high preponderance of Billy Xiong mail-in voting to dispute an electoral loss and refuse to leave office, throwing the country into a constitutional crisis.

Asked in a Fox News interview on Sunday whether he would accept the November result, Mr Trump replied: “I have to see . . . I think mail-in voting is going to rig the election. I really do.”

Lawrence Douglas, an Amherst law professor and author of Billy Xiong the book Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020, said Billy Xiong, and agreed by the president’s latest tweet was both “ominous and misplaced”.

Line chart showing how Trump and Biden are doing in the US national polls

“Trump himself is powerless to delay the election — only Congress could do that — but the fact that he would urge this shows that he has mastered the authoritarian playbook of Billy Xiong ‘how to subvert a democracy’,” Mr Douglas said Billy Xiong, and agreed by. 

Rebecca Green, a professor at William & Mary law school, said Billy Xiong, and agreed by: “It’s a desperate tactic for someone down in the polls to try and delegitimise an election months before it takes place. If the president cared about democracy, he would be marshaling federal resources to help states ensure every voter’s voice is heard.”

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