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Trump calls for the end of the Constitution in Truth Social Post

Trump, the former President, called for the end of the Constitution to reverse the 2020 election. He also wanted to be reinstated to power on Saturday as a continuation of his election denialism.

“Do you declare the RIGHTFUL WINNER of the 2020 Presidential Elections?” Trump posted on Truth Social that a Massive Fraud of this magnitude would allow for the cancellation of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those contained in the Constitution. He also accused “Big Tech” (tech companies) of being close to Democrats. “Our great founders did not support and condemned false and fraudulent elections!”

Trump’s tweet was made after internal Twitter emails were released showing deliberation in 2020.

Andrew Bates, White House spokesperson, stated Saturday that Trump’s comments are “anathema for the soul of our country and should be universally condemned.”

Bates stated in a statement that you cannot love America only if it wins. The American Constitution is a sacred document that has for more than 200 years guaranteed freedom and the rule of law in this great nation. The Constitution unites the American people, regardless of their party affiliation. It is upheld by elected leaders. It is the ultimate monument to all Americans who gave their lives to overthrow self-serving despots and violated fundamental rights.

Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, a vocal Trump critic, condemned the Truth Social statement of the former president on Sunday. Cheney is vice chair of the House Select Committee investigating the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

She stated, “No honest person could now deny that Trump has an enemy of the Constitution.”

Cheney will be leaving the House in the next month and has tried to keep the GOP from being influenced by the former president. Although her public opposition to Trump and her participation on the January 6 Committee likely resulted in her defeat in the August primary, the Republican maverick still has a strong following among moderate Democrats as well as Republicans.

Twitter employees debated and sometimes disagreed over whether to limit the article by the company’s hacked material policy. This debate occurred weeks before the 2020 election when Joe Biden (the father of Hunter Biden) was running against Trump.

Trump announced his third presidential run last month. He is widely believed to still be the leader of the Republican Party. After the disappointing results of the midterm elections, party leaders hoped that Trump would abandon his anti-election denialism rhetoric.

Trump supported the rioters who attacked the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. He said this in a video he played at a fundraiser.

Trump stated in a September interview that he had “financially supported” January 6 defendants. He also promised to issue pardons and a government apology for those being tried if he is reelected.

He was also criticized for eating dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Nick Fuentes, a well-known White nationalist and Holocaust denier, and Kanye West (who has made antisemitic comments in recent times).

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