US election: Mr. Trump, this is how you admit defeat



    Donald is apparently a bad loser if his opponent Joe Biden wins.



    Trump is already foaming with anger.

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    But it can be done much better. Presidential candidate John McCain praised his opponent Barack Obama when he won in 2008.

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    It is not yet clear whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden won the US election.



    While Trump is foaming, Joe Biden waits for all votes to be counted.

Donald Trump (74) threatens to lose the election for the US presidency. His reaction to the trembling game: several angry speeches. The outcome of the election is “constructed”. This “deliberate” fraud is “unprecedented in American history,” says Trump. He repeatedly uses the word “oppression”.

But even before Donald Trump, presidential candidates lost. Videos of John McCain († 81) and George HW Bush († 94) are making the rounds on Twitter. And both were much better losers. They accepted the will of the people without discussion, such as John McCain. He was defeated by Barack Obama (59) in 2008. When that became clear, he said, “The American citizens have spoken – clearly. I had the honor of calling Barack Obama to congratulate him. For being the next president of the country we both love so much. “

Eulogy instead of foaming anger

Instead of foaming, he praised his opponent: “Obama won the victory by raising the hopes of so many millions of Americans who earlier wrongly believed that they could win little – or have little influence – in the presidential election.”

The words from 2008 are in stark contrast to what was heard from the White House on Thursday evening. And George Bush Sr. accepted his defeat against Bill Clinton (74) in the US presidential elections in 1992 and showed greatness.

Promise to ensure a smooth transfer of power

George Bush Sr. said: “The people have spoken and we respect the size of the democratic system.” He also said he called Bill Clinton – and offered him his congratulations. He also praised its strong campaign.

He continued: “I wish him all the best in the White House.” He also promised to ensure a smooth change of power. Donald Trump, on the other hand, incites his fans and keeps talking about contesting the result – should it turn out against him. (euc)

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Published: November 7th, 2020, 11:03 pm

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