Trump Says ‘Maybe I’ll Have to Leave the Country’ If I Lose

President Donald Trump ponders the possibility that he will lose the presidency to Joe Biden and what his future will be if he does. "Maybe I have to leave the country, I don't know," Trump told the crowd on Friday night at a rally in Georgia.
Trump set off to campaign on Friday and traveled to neighboring states of Florida and Georgia to make one final effort to motivate undecided voters. The POTUS went all-in when it attacked its Democratic opponent and told its cheering fans in Macon, Georgia, "Lock down the Bidens, lock Hillary [Clinton] in." But it was his comments, which he jokingly said, that caught everyone's attention at the rally, and therefore everyone on social media.
"To compete against the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics puts me under pressure," he said. “Can you imagine if I lose? My whole life. What will i do I will say I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics. I won't feel so good Maybe I have to leave the country. I dont know."
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Check out the clip below.
Trump, speaking in Macon, has made reinforcing a Russian disinformation campaign against the Bidens the centerpiece of his re-election rallies. Pic.twitter.com/XO3E9Y56BN
- Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 16, 2020
With less than three weeks to go to election day, Trump's poll numbers continue to shrink, with Biden leading 11 percentage points nationwide, from 53% to 42%.
Trump's video of saying he appeared on Twitter at his rally and reactions to his leaving the US - mostly with joy, we might add - began to spread.
"The future of the Trumps after their flight into exile in a country without an extradition treaty," wrote Mark Gray, accompanied by a photoshopping picture of the president, the first lady and his three oldest children with a "Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey". Portraits logo.
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"Lots of people say Guantanamo is nice this time of year ..." commented David Reiss, M.D.
Jonathan Gaffney tweeted, “Oh god. As soon as Joe Biden utters the words "So help me God," Trump's passport is withdrawn and his cell phones tapped. It is just as great a security risk as it is in the US today. "
And Hermione Rufflebum pointed out what many thought: "Candidates who lose don't have to leave the country. Candidates who know they are criminals, who are no longer protected by the presidency ... probably yes."
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