White House Spox and Democrats Blame Trump’s Attempt to Terminate the Constitution
- Donald Trump, an ex-president, was criticised for suggesting that the US should abolish the Constitution.
- Trump called Elon Musk, who had published information claiming that Twitter had violated Section 1.
- A spokesperson for the White House said that Trump’s words should “condemned.”
Trump, the former president, took to Truth Social to demand that the constitution be “terminated” after he described “widespread fraud” by tech companies and Democrats.
“Do you declare the RIGHTFUL WINNER of the 2020 Presidential Elections? A massive fraud of this nature and magnitude allows you to terminate all rules, regulations, articles, and even the Constitution. Trump wrote in a Saturday post.
Trump’s new allegations of election fraud stem from Matt Taibbi, Substack newsletter editor, who released a series called “Taibbi Tweets”. “The Twitter Files.”Taibbi claimed that he tweeted them after he agreed to publish them.certain conditions,” revealed internal communications between Twitter employeesWho made the decision not to publish a New York Post story on Hunter Biden in 2020.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk claimed that the files were evidence that Twitter interfered in the 2020 election by suppressing free speech. scholars have refuted.
Trump is also falsely claimingHe was the rightful winner for the 2020 election for two consecutive years.
In a statement to CNN,Andrew Bates, White House Spokesperson called for Trump’s words to be “universally condemnated.”
Bates stated in a statement to CNN that you cannot love America only if it wins.
California Representative Eric Swalwell also responded to Twitter via his personal account. He asked “how many” Republicans called themselves “Constitutional conservatives” during Obama years ???”
The Representative responded to a tweet by Kevin McCarthy, a California Representative, via his political account @RepSwalwell. He promised that Republicans would read the Constitution on House floor if McCarthy becomes Speaker.
Swalwell wrote that it sounds like the Constitution doesn’t matter to your boss.
—Rep. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell). December 3, 2022
Ted Lieu is another California Representative. responded to McCarthyHe stated that Trump should be “watchful” when he reads The Constitution.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar made the most of the opportunity. urge votersto vote for the Georgia Senate Candidate Rev. Raphael WarnockDuring the Dec. 6, runoff election. Warnock, a Democrat is running against a Republican, former football star Herschel Walker,Trump has endorsed. The race will determine whether Democrats will have a 51 seat majority in the Senate.
Virginia Representative Dan Boyer tweeted thatTrump’s words, “stoke hatred” and “political violence”
Boyer wrote that Trump had dined with Nazi-praising men days before he demanded the ‘termination of the Constitution’s electoral process to allow him to be illegally reinstated. Trump’s words and actions, which stoke hatred, political violence, and are dangerous, are unacceptable.
Insider asked for comment from Trump representatives, but they did not respond immediately.
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