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Trump: I won’t be a dictator if I become U.S. president again

Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallies with supporters at a "commit to caucus" event at a Whiskey bar in Ankeny, Iowa, U.S. December 2, 2023. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File photo
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallies with supporters at ... Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallies with supporters at a "commit to caucus" event at a Whiskey bar in Ankeny, Iowa, U.S. December 2, 2023. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File photo
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallies with supporters at a "commit to caucus" event at a Whiskey bar in Ankeny, Iowa, U.S. December 2, 2023. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File photo
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallies with supporters at ... Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallies with supporters at a "commit to caucus" event at a Whiskey bar in Ankeny, Iowa, U.S. December 2, 2023. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File photo

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Trump: I won’t be a dictator if I become U.S. president again. After receiving warnings from Democrats and some Republicans that the United States of America was in danger of becoming an autocracy if he were to win the election in 2024, Donald Trump stated on Tuesday that he will not become a dictator until “on day one” if he is elected president of the United States of America again.

To disprove the assertion that he would misuse authority to get vengeance on his adversaries if he were to be re-elected to the White House, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was questioned twice during a town hall meeting broadcast on television in Iowa.

No, no, no. In response to a question on whether or not he would become a “dictator” if he were to win the election in November, Trump stated, “Aside from day one.”

Trump stated that he would utilize his presidential powers to block the southern border with Mexico and expand oil drilling on the “day one” that he was referring to. Trump, who is running for a second term in the White House and is expected to face Democratic Vice President Joe Biden in a rematch election, has repeatedly pledged to exact “retribution” on his political adversaries if he can regain power.

In campaign speeches and television appearances this year, he stated that his targets include Vice President Joe Biden, prosecutors who have charged him with scores of felonies, the Department of Justice, and the federal bureaucracy.

One of the most prominent candidates for the Republican nomination for president, Donald Trump, was appearing at a Fox News event in Davenport, Iowa, in front of a welcoming audience. Davenport is the state in which the Republican Party’s nomination process will begin on January 15.

Julie Chavez Rodriguez, the campaign manager for Joe Biden, issued a statement as soon as the event was over. She stated, “Donald Trump has been telling us exactly what he will do if he is re-elected, and tonight he said that he will be a dictator on day one.” Americans must believe in him.

Donald Trump, who served as President of the United States from 2017 to 2021, has refused to acknowledge that Joe Biden defeated him in the 2020 election.

Since then, Trump has been spreading false accusations that the election in 2020 was stolen from him. This conspiracy was the driving force behind the violent uprising that took place on January 6, 2021, in the United States Capitol, which Trump loyalists spearheaded. The lies that Trump told throughout the election are also a central tenet of his present campaign for the White House.

During a televised discussion that will take place on Wednesday at the University of Alabama at 7 p.m. Central Standard Time (0100 GMT), Trump’s opponents for the nomination, such as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, who served as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, will be there.

Trump will skip the event, just as he did for the three Republican debates that came before it. Biden has frequently expressed his concern that Donald Trump poses a threat to democracy and that a second term for Trump might bring in an era of authoritarianism in the United States that is unprecedented and perhaps deadly.

In comments with the media this week, former United States Representative Liz Cheney, a Republican who is a vocal opponent of President Trump and who co-chaired the congressional investigation into the attack on the Capitol, stated that a Trump dictatorship is a “very real threat” if he is re-elected. Cheney is a member of the Republican Party’s candidate for president.


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