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Pete Buttigieg: If Donald Trump Won't Leave White House, He Can 'Do Chores' 1

In half because of President Donald Trump’s personal dealing with of the topic. many Americans have expressed fears that if soundly loses the 2020 election, he gained’t depart the workplace willingly.

If that occurs, Pete Buttigieg has a plan: He’ll put Trump to work ― doing chores across the White House.

During a city corridor in Reno, Nevada, prematurely of the state’s Saturday caucuses, the Democratic presidential candidate was requested what he would do if he beat Trump in November and the president insisted the outcomes have been a hoax and he refused to step down.

Buttigieg’s preliminary response: “I guess if he’s willing to do chores, I guess we could work something out.”

He then defined that Americans who didn’t need Trump to have a second time period had an obligation to vote in November.

“I think we want to set a goal of winning big enough that this election is way beyond cheating distance, and that Trumpism goes into the history books too,” he mentioned. “It’s got to be a win so big that Senate Republicans are reunited with their consciences, and only a political shockwave can do that.”

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Trump, seemingly in jest, has greater than as soon as broached the prospect of blowing off the two-term restrict for presidents that was formally added to the Constitution via the 22nd modification in 1951. In a Twitter publish final June, he rhetorically questioned whether or not “the people would demand that I stay longer?” 

In the wake of China’ Xi Jinping having been given the chance to function “president for life,” Trump’s prompt that such a transfer isn’t a nasty thought, based on The Week.  

The president’s banter on the problem has develop into no joking matter for different politicians.

Last May, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D_calif.) admitted worrying that Trump wouldn’t depart the White House willingly in 2020, whatever the election’s outcomes.

In June, Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld advised HBO discuss present host Bill Maher he doubted Trump would willingly cede the Oval Office if he loses in November’s vote.

“He’ll have a run at saying, ‘It was a rigged game so I’m not leaving,’” Weld mentioned. He added that didn’t suppose “the military and indeed even the Justice Department — the rank-and-file, the investigative agencies — would stand for that in this country.”

Maher himself held forth on the priority late final month. “So my question to all Democratic candidates is, what’s the plan?” he mentioned. “If you win and the next day he claims he’s avoiding the election because of irregularities he’s hearing about, what do you do?”

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