Donald Trump, former president of the United States, continues with veiled threats to his country’s society, with attacks on the electoral system if he does not win at the polls.

Defeated in the last elections, Trump now told Time magazine that he does not believe in violence, as he trusts in victory, however he considered that something could happen: “I think we will win. And if we don’t win, you know, it depends. It always depends on the impartiality of the elections”, brings CNN, based on the Time interview.

Among other investigations, the tycoon is responsible for the invasion of the Capitol on January 6, 2021, when he accused, without evidence, fraud in Joe Biden’s election and encouraged the participation of his supporters in acts of violence.

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To top it off, he revealed that he intends to pardon all those arrested for the invasion, if he returns to the White House.

Considering these statements, Trump follows the same script as the last election, in which he placed the vote under suspicion in order, in the event of a possible defeat (which came to fruition), to inflame his supporters against the country’s institutions and try to prevent the inauguration of Joe Biden – occurred on January 20, 2021.

The movement served as an inspiration for another loser who did not accept the sovereign result of the people: Jair Bolsonaro. The former Brazilian president, ineligible until 2030, moved to prevent Lula from taking office, as investigations into the draft of the coup show. Without the support of the Armed Forces, what happened was the depredation of the headquarters of the Three Powers, in Brasília, on the fateful January 8th, after Lula’s inauguration which took place on the first day of the year.


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