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Donald Trump threatens Republicans at Christmas: “I will never forget!”

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Donald Trump threatens disloyal Republicans on Twitter. What is the incumbent US president about?

  • Donald Trump: The current president threatens disloyal Republicans on Twitter.
  • TrumpFollowers: inside should keep books about Trump disloyalty in the Republican Party.
  • Apparently wants Trump so put pressure on the Republicans over the defense budget and midterm elections in 2022.

Washington – During Donald Trump his defeat at the US elections 2020 still does not recognize it seems the voted out US President to have apparently found something else to do with Christmas than Christmas anticipation: pardoning his loyal followers who have committed criminal offenses and putting pressure on Republicans who oppose his unsubstantiated allegations of electoral fraud or his veto of the defense budget.

Donald Trump: pardons, veto and threats on Twitter before Christmas

Only pardoned in the days before Christmas Donald Trump his ex-campaign leader Paul Manafort, his former advisor Roger Stone and the father of his son-in-law Jared Kushner, Charles Kushner. Jared Kushner is the husband of his eldest daughter Ivanka Trump and a presidential adviser. Donald Trump apparently uses the rest of his time to threaten Republicans on Twitter.

“I have eight Republican senators, including Mitch [Mitch McConnell, republikanischer Mehrheitsführer im Senat, Anm. d. Red.] Saved from losing in the last rigged (presidential) election. Now watch as I fight a bad and evil enemy, the radical left democrats. I’ll never forget that! ”Is the German translation of Trump’s tweet. Trump tweeted the last sentence in capital letters again. Twitter provided the tweet with a warning.

Republicans in the Senate: Donald Trump’s advisors should monitor disloyal Republicans

Donald Trump is apparently already preparing for the 2022 midterm elections in the USA through the threats. As Politico reports, should Trumps Advisors are already monitoring who is disloyal to the current president. The from Trump named on Twitter Mitch McConnell had only after the clear election of the electorate, Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate, on his victory.

The Great America PAC could play a crucial role in discrediting Republicans: the committee founded in 2016 that Donald Trump Supported in the election campaign, Politico and Twitter see it as an instrument for Trump to spread his views. It recently launched a $ 5 billion TV and radio campaign that is slated to begin in Georgia. The US state will hold runoff elections on January 5th. A spot from the election campaign of Donald Trump for example, directed against James Comey, Republican and former FBI director.

Donald Trump with his wife Melania Trump on December 23 at Palm Beach Airport, where they will both be spending Christmas.

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2020 US elections: Donald Trump threatens Republicans who oppose him

But Donald Trumps threats are likely to have a different background than the defeat at the US elections 2020 have: Had on Wednesday (April 23rd, 2020) Donald Trump vetoed the defense budget. He justified his veto with a lack of “critical measures” for national security. Concretely criticized Trump lack of regulation of online platforms, planned renaming of military bases and that US troop withdrawals are limited. The defense budget had been negotiated by Republicans and Democrats alike and passed by Congress. A new decision is to be made on the Monday after Christmas.

Donald Trump: Do Republicans stand behind Trump’s veto on the defense budget?

Donald Trumps former security advisor John Bolton has urged the Republicans to veto the inside Donald Trump to be outvoted by a two-thirds majority in Congress, as reported by the Tagesschau. If Donald Trump the entire package, which also includes Corona aid, is not signed by December 29, there is a threat of a government shutdown. (Delia Friess)

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