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Biden confirms that Trump “will not accept” the outcome of the presidential election

Biden confirms that Trump “will not accept” the outcome of the presidential election

Joe Biden, who is presumed to win the presidential election in November, confirmed on Wednesday that his Republican rival, Donald Trump, “will not accept” the election result, as is the case in 2020.

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He may not accept the election results. I assure you that he will not accept it,” and it is “dangerous,” the US President said in an interview with CNN.

“It's not possible to love your country only when you win,” the 81-year-old Democrat said.

“If everything is done honestly, I will gladly accept the results,” Donald Trump said last week in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “But if not, we will have to fight for the good of the country.”

Joe Biden also confirmed that former Democratic President Barack Obama, a participant in his election campaign, advised him to “continue doing” what he was already doing.

The American press recently published Barack Obama's supposed reservations about the election campaign led by his former vice president, who opinion polls show is close to Donald Trump in voting intentions, or even behind him in some crucial states.

“I am happy with the course of the campaign,” the US President emphasized, according to which “most people will only focus on focusing and making their decision this fall.”

Donald Trump never conceded defeat to Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

“How many court cases has he lost?” The US President said, referring to his rival's attempts to challenge some local charges.

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“This man is not pro-democracy,” Joe Biden said.

He praised the efforts made by his campaign teams on the ground to reach voters “by knocking on doors” and “the old-fashioned way.”

Donald Trump “has never succeeded in creating jobs, and I have never failed.” “I created 15 million jobs,” Joe Biden said, when asked about polls indicating that Americans trust his opponent more on economic matters.

“Our economy is the strongest in the world,” Joe Biden said.

He also stressed, as he often does, that during the international summits in which he participates, the majority of foreign leaders tell him: “You must win.”