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Obama thinks Trump ‘less whining’

Obama thinks Trump ‘less whining’

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U.s. president Barack Obama has Donald Trump advised to stop whining. He said that Tuesday in a press conference in the White House.

Obama called the Republican presidential candidate “irresponsible” in its attempt to make the elections to discredit them by repeatedly saying that there is fraudulent is going to be voting.

“I advise him to stop whining. He would in his speech after the elections on the graceful way his loss to accept,” says the current president.

In the first presidential debate said Trump that he and Clinton “would absolutely support” if she wins. But after his attitude changed, he said to The New York Times a week later that “we should go see what’s going to happen”.

Impact

Also, the American experts are worried about the statements of Trump about possible fraud during the elections. This would ensure that his constituency the (adverse) outcome may not accept it, what acts of violence could lead. This could also impact on the confidence in the American democracy, so say some historians against NBC News.

Monday tweette Trump even that there is “large scale fraud takes place on and prior to the election day on 8 november. Several studies, however, show that fraud by individuals is very rare.

In August, said Trump already in Pennsylvania that he can only lose “if there is valsgespeeld”.

Unheard of

Also called Obama the kind words of Trump, to the address of the Russian Putin and the fact that he, his policies and the government praises the “unheard of”.

Obama had earlier already about vrouwonvriendelijke comments from Trump. He called it as “one of the most disturbing things of this election,” said Obama during a campaign event in Chicago.

“He humiliates and dishonours women and minorities, such as immigrants and people of other faiths. He is mocking the disabled, he insults our troops and veterans. He wins the confidence of others to insult. He is not someone who is in the White House wants to have,” Obama said.

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