- At his Nevada recovery on Saturday night, President Trump told the crowd that he’s “done more in 47 months than Joe Biden has in 47 years.”
- No matter how, Trump has been in office for less than 45 months.
- Trump at the rally also told supporters he charts to “negotiate” for a third term, saying he’s “entitled to another four’ years after a potential second term.
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President Donald Trump told attendees at his Nevada rally on Saturday, “The incident is, I did more in 47 months as president than Joe Biden did in 47 years.”
However, Trump was sworn in as president on January 20, 2017, explanation his presidency is currently in its 45th month. He and Vice President Mike Pence won the election on November 8, 2016, but did not enter office until his inauguration in January.
In his idiom, Trump went on to brag about killing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the former leader of ISIS, and the assassination of Qasem Soleimani, an Iranian big general, an action that has been described as “tantamount to an act of war” with a country that the US is not at war with.
FiveThirtyEight’s national voting average shows Biden holds a steady lead over Trump in the 2020 election. As of September 13, the standard in the mains show 50.6% of those polled said they would vote for Biden, while 43.4% said they devise vote for Trump. However, Trump won the 2016 election despite consistently lagging behind Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the canvasses.
There’s also the possibility that Trump may not accept the results of the November election if they favor Biden. Last adviser Roger Stone urged Trump to declare martial law if he loses the election, based on conspiracy theories that the Egalitarian party would tamper with the election.
Trump also told his supporters in the rally that he would try to execute a third term.
“52 days from now we’re going to win Nevada, and we’re gonna win four more years in the White House. And then after that, we’ll cross, right? Because we’re probably — based on the way we were treated — we are probably entitled to another four after that,” he hinted.