Taylor Swift criticism on Trump “openly cheating” to preserve power

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“Trump knows very well that we don’t want him to be president. To preserve power, he chose to cheat openly” and put millions of American lives at risk.”

In order to preserve power, you “openly cheated” and put millions of American lives in danger. As the US epidemic continues to worsen and the White House’s response to the epidemic is “chaotic”, the Trump administration has aroused more and more criticism in the United States. American female singer Taylor Swift also bombarded Trump on Twitter on the 15th, saying that “Trump’s weak leadership has exacerbated our current crisis.”

Swift criticized Trump for deliberately abolishing the USPS (United States Postal Service) in an attempt to “blatantly cheat” in the election. She said bluntly, “Trump knows that we don’t want him to be president. In order to preserve power, he chose to cheat openly” and put millions of American lives at risk.” Previously, due to the raging new crown epidemic, The U.S. Democratic Party advocates the implementation of postal voting to hold general elections to reduce the spread of the virus. However, Trump believes that this kind of voting will cause many problems, and has repeatedly opposed additional funding for the United States Postal Service (USPS) to oppose mail voting.

Swift said, “Trump is destroying and destroying our security voting rights. It requires early voting, early voting.”

Previously because of the Freud incident, Swift publicly angered Trump “After you have been inciting the flames of white supremacy and racism throughout your presidency, you still have the courage to show up before threatening to use violence. A sense of moral superiority? What do you mean by looting and shooting? We will vote you out in November.”

According to real-time statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of now, the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States has reached 5,356,244, and the number of deaths is close to 170,000 to 169,423.

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