Trump gave a shock by saying that he will end the constitution, an earthquake in American politics
Trump's call for 'termination' of constitution condemned: Former US President Donald Trump has appealed to abolish the constitution, repeating his false claim of victory in the year 2020. The White House has opposed this statement. Trump also said that big tech companies had teamed up with the Democrats to turn against him in the 2020 presidential election.
Former US President Donald Trump commented on Saturday in a post on his social media site Truth Social, repeating his false claim that he won the 2020 presidential election but was rigged. He also accused Big Tech companies of colluding with Democrats. Trump created a stir in the American political world by calling for the abolition of the US Constitution.
On this comment of Trump, White House spokesman Andrew Bates said that his saying is 'an anathema to the soul of our country'. Trump's comments should be condemned all over the world. In a statement, Bates called the constitution a 'sacred document'.
Republican John Bolton, who was Trump's national security adviser, also tweeted, "No American conservative can agree with Donald Trump's call to suspend the Constitution because of the results of the 2020 election." Trump is again preparing for the 2024 election, but his election campaign should not be like this. Be opposed to it.
Trump's statement on Truth Social came when Twitter's new owner Elon Musk made a disclosure on Twitter about Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden. Musk claimed that the story done by the 'New York Post' in the year 2020 regarding Hunter Biden was censored by Twitter. The story came weeks before the 2020 presidential election, revealing Hunter's chaotic personal life and business dealings.
Musk, Trump and their supporters explicitly argued that Twitter helped the Democrats win by censoring reports and graphic photos of Hunter Biden. Reports and photos showing Hunter Biden in question were published in pro-Trump media but Twitter banned the posts and links, effectively limiting its reach.