Former US President Donald Trump has recently announced to contest the presidential election to be held in 2024. Trump’s remarks came after a controversy over the laptop of Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden.
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Former US President Donald Trump has recently announced to contest the presidential election to be held in 2024. Trump’s remarks came after a controversy over the laptop of Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden. A news story published ahead of the 2020 US presidential election claimed to be the contents of emails retrieved from Hunter’s laptop. One newspaper said it had learned that Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s former chief strategist in the White House, had sent the emails and had obtained the emails from Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s then personal lawyer.
White House told Trump the enemy of the constitution
Donald Trump said about Biden’s victory in the presidential election, ‘Our Great Founders will never forgive for false and fraudulent elections.’ After these statements of Trump, a statement has also been issued by the White House. The White House has condemned the attack on the Constitution by Trump. He has said that it should be condemned completely. White House spokesperson Andrew Bates has said that you cannot love America only when you win. He said that no honest person can deny at this time that Trump is an enemy of the Constitution.
Twitter limited the spread
Twitter initially limited the spread of the news saying it would result in a foreign disinformation campaign. But the social media company (Twitter) quickly retracted its response. At the same time, the then CEO Jack Dorsey called the decision to disrupt the link unacceptable.