EXTRA: I may leave U.S. if I lose this election, says Trump

Cornelia Mascio
Ottobre 18, 2020

Hey, Ron, are we going to win this state, please?

U.S. President Donald Trump gives a thumb up to supporters during a campaign rally at Pitt-Greenville Airport in Greenville, North Carolina, U.S., October 15, 2020. You know if we don't win it, I'm blaming the Governor.

While speaking to a crowd in Georgia Friday, he joked that he would leave the country if he loses reelection to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. I'm going to fire him.

The Biden town hall reached 14.1 million people on ABC between 8 and 9 p.m. and Trump had 13.5 million combined on NBC, CNBC and MSNBC, the Nielsen company said.

At the same event on Friday night, Trump also joked about having to leave the U.S. if Biden wins the election.

After Ginsburg died on September 18, small donors enraged by the idea that she could be replaced by a conservative nominated by Trump donated more than $100 million in one weekend to ActBlue, a platform that raises money for Democratic candidates at the presidential, congressional and local level. My whole life, what am I going to do?

Trump added, "Maybe I'll have to leave the country?" No Republican presidential contender has lost the state since 1992, but polling shows Trump and Biden in a tight contest.

Speaking during his campaign rally in Georgia on Friday, Trump said he won't feel so good losing to "the worst candidate in the history of politics".

US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has been lampooned for reading from a teleprompter at a poorly-attended rally in MI. "I don't know." he said.

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