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Barack Obama says that re-electing Donald Trump would be “dangerous to democracy”

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Barack Obama has been a strong supporter of President Biden for years but is reportedly growing concerned over his chances of beating Donald Trump in a potential election rematch.According to a Wall Street Journal report published over the weekend, Barack Obama is among those who fear a return of the criminally indicted Trump to the Oval Office is possible. As Biden’s consistently low approval ratings persist, his chances of winning the next election appear to dip with it.

Obama “knows this is going to be a close race” and “feels that Democrats very well could lose,” the report stated, noting the information came from a person “familiar with [Obama’s] thinking.”Obama is also concerned that Trump, the Republican alternative to Biden, would pose a threat that is “pretty dangerous to democracy,” according to the WSJ report.Trump came under fire earlier this month after he told Fox News host Sean Hannity at an Iowa town hall he did not plan on being a dictator if reelected to the White House, “except for day one.”He says, ‘You’re not going to be a dictator, are you?’ I said, no, no, no — other than day one. We’re closing the border and we’re drilling, drilling, drilling. After that, I’m not a dictator,” Trump continued.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday said voters should take former President Trump “for his word,” regarding his recent comments about being a dictator for a day if reelected in 2024.Clinton shared her thoughts while responding to Sen. Brian Schatz’s (D-Hawaii) post on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.Trump is now repeatedly saying he’s going to be a dictator on day one and I don’t think we should keep asking what that means,” Clinton wrote. “That’s what he means.”While Clinton and Obama mull the ramifications of a Trump re-election, many Americans don’t want him on the ballot at all.

Relatively few Americans are excited about a potential rematch of the 2020 election between President Biden and Trump, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.Probably the best way to put it is, I find it sad for our country that that’s our best choices,” said Randy Johnson, 64, from Monett, Missouri. Johnson, who is a Republican, said he wishes there were a third legitimate option for president but that the political system does not make that viable and added: “We’re down to the lesser of two evils.”Andrew Collins, 35, an independent from Windham, Maine, said: “This is probably the most uniquely horrible choice I’ve had in my life.”

As the election grows near, it will be interesting to see if the nominee from either party can regain the trust of American voters.

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Glen
Glen
3 months ago

Not to re elect trump is a danger to our way of life, i dont feel safe in this country when demorats are running the country. Trump needs to learn when to pic his battles , i cant wait when he beats all his charges an then goes after all who went after him , then we will see what the real trump affect is.

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