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Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Donald Trump jokes about staying in power for ’12 more years’ at Atlanta rally” – below is their description.
Donald Trump made light of fears he will not accept the result of the election if he loses to Joe Biden in November. ‘Will we be president in 10 years?’ he asked, before claiming he was joking. ‘You know, you can’t joke,’ he told supporters in Atlanta. ‘[The media] always cut it before the laugh so they think he’s serious.’ The crowd then chanted ’12 more years!’ to laughter from the president.Guardian News YouTube Channel
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