Donald Trump Calls for Protests Over U.S. Voting Failures

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Donald Trump Calls for Protests Over U.S. Voting Failures
Donald Trump Calls for Protests Over U.S. Voting Failures
9 November, 09:22In the world
Former President of the United States Donald Trump took to his social media to report massive disruptions to the midterm elections and called on his supporters to protest.

"The situation with the lack of ballots in Detroit is very bad. People come to vote, only to be told, "Sorry, you already voted." It happens a lot in many other places. Protest, protest, protest”, - wrote the ex-leader of the country.

He said Pennsylvania would only be able to count the votes in a few days, and Arizona had failed voting devices in areas where mostly Republican supporters live. In Arizona's Maricopa County, 20% of voting machines don't count ballots. Moreover, this malfunction is revealed precisely where supporters of the Republican Party live.

"People of Arizona: Stay in line until you vote. They are trying to steal the election with bad equipment and delays, don't let it", - Trump tweeted.

He believes what is happening in Maricopa, Detroit, Pennsylvania and elsewhere is "a disaster with election integrity".

It's worth reminding that on November 8, congressional elections started in the United States. All 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate are at stake. To date, Democrats have a majority of seats in both houses. According to polls, Republicans now have stronger popular support.

Experts believe that it is hardly worth expecting cardinal changes in the US policy towards Russia following the results of the vote. As for pumping money into Ukraine, support will continue, perhaps not in such huge volumes.

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