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Trump Refused to Say Whether He Would Accept the Election Results and Biden Just Savagely Fired Back

Trump Refused to Say Whether He Would Accept the Election Results and Biden Just Savagely Fired Back
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With Democratic nominee Joe Biden dwarfing him in 2020 election polls, President Donald Trump is continuing a campaign to discredit expanded voting by mail efforts in the face of the pandemic.

Trump frequently claims that voting by mail presents enough opportunity for voting fraud to tip an election, though evidence does not support this.

Americans across the country are concerned that Trump is setting the stage to deem the 2020 election illegitimate should he lose to Biden.

In a recent Fox News interview with anchor Chris Wallace, the President refused to say whether or not he'd accept the results of the 2020 election. The answer struck a similar chord to one he gave Wallace in the 2016 election when asked if he'd concede to then-Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton if he lost.

Watch below.

Trump falsely claimed that Clinton never accepted the results of the 2016 election.

Wallace asked:

"Can you give a direct answer? You will accept the election?"

Trump responded:

"I have to see. Look, I have to see. I'm not gonna just say yes. I didn't last time either."

It wasn't long before the Biden campaign responded to Trump's non-answer, assuring that if Trump lost the election, he would be escorted out by government officials as a "trespasser."

The campaign said:

"The American people will decide this election. And the United States government is perfectly capable of escorting trespassers out of the White House."

While Trump may not have given an answer as to whether he'd admit defeat, others seemed to have a good idea of his intentions.

People were on board with Biden's response.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) assured that the White House is a building, not the Presidency itself. Therefore, even if Trump does lose and refuses to vacate, Biden will still be sworn in as President.