An Emirati academic raises controversy by tweeting about the US elections

Emirati academic Abdullah Abdul-Khaliq sparked controversy on social media after his tweet about US President Donald ’s right to “anger” and “resort to the judiciary” if he lost the elections.

Abdel-Khaleq wrote on his account on the micro-blogging site “Twitter”, on Wednesday, saying: “If the Democratic candidate wins, Joe Bid, his victory is weak, faded and unconvincing, and President Trump has the right to be upset and angry and resort to the courts.”

On Wednesday, Trump plunged the United States into obscurity when announcing his victory in the elections, while the counting of votes was still continuing in major states, as his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, appears in a good position.

Biden was able to win 248 votes from the electorate, compared to 213 for his rival Trump, while the winner needs 270 votes.

The UAE received preferential treatment and distinguished relations during the Trump era. This relationship culminated in the signing of an agreement to normalize relations between the UAE and Israel in Washington under Trump’s auspices, and the Trump administration pledged to provide the UAE with advanced American F-35 aircraft.

And the mocking reactions followed the tweet, calling on Abdelkhaleq to respect democracy or work to create a “counter-revolution” in the United States to “return Trump to power.”

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