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despite of The furious dispute over aspects, for example, of the responsibility of the right wing responsible for terrorism on July 22 ten years ago, then there is a semi-influential agreement on the foundations of Norwegian democracy. It is expressed when Nine out of ten of us say we fear Donald Trump, or someone like him, will return as President of the United States after the election of 2024. When it comes to defending basic democratic rules, there are many indications that in this country we agree and believe, until the fall of Dover.
It’s still coming More evidence of Donald Trump’s attempt to usurp power after he lost the presidential election to Joe Biden last fall. Last week was one of the clearest of these, when it became known on December 27 of last year, Trump asked Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen to say this: “Just say the election was corrupt + leave the rest to me and the Republicans in Congress.”
became the rose Just three days ago, the attorney general, after his predecessor William Barr – a staunch Trump fan – refused to join Trump’s insistence that Biden and Democrats had stolen the election. Already, several electoral boards and countless courts have refuted allegations of electoral fraud. The purpose of changing the minister of justice and putting pressure on the new minister was to get the minister to say the word “corrupt”. But whether it was true righteousness, or the fear of getting involved in something they would later bitterly regret, it made neither Barr nor Rosen give up.
The United States was too short of a coup. The Republican majority in the Senate that was scarcely possible at the time was too short of having to decide whether, along with the president, they should carry out a fascist-inspired coup in the United States. All because the cult – the cult of the individual – the most divisive American president of the modern era has carefully built himself up.
And when did you not succeed? Trump to pressure his ministers to commit illegal acts, so a little more than a week later the president urged his supporters to storm Congress to prevent the legal seizure of power, in which he was scheduled to kill five people. We know all of this, but it’s not entirely implausible that Trump – or anyone like him – could be the Republican presidential nominee in an election in just over three years.
Reader numbers And the reactions say that no other international history has involved Norwegian media users like last year’s US presidential election, and the dramatic repercussions it received. Figures from the Dagbladet poll show that only four percent of Norwegians are not afraid of a new run with Trump or a soulmate. The numbers are so strong in Trump’s displeasure that there are only marginal differences between women and men, and between great and little education. Less than half of FRP voters apologize for the bugle — and the apologies don’t have to be all FRP voters — on a bad day for the party in the polls. These are solid numbers.
This means that the Norwegians Consider that for the first time in US history, Trump did not have a peaceful transfer of power. For the first time in US history, a president in office refused to admit defeat – and he continues to refuse. For the first time in American history, the president attempted in many ways to carry out a coup.
In addition to everything The other, like the TV series with dictator Kim, extortion and demands for protection money from close allies in NATO, as if the President of the United States were another king of gangsters, for example, Queens in New York. Or the stupid narcissism that the whole world laughed at, not even behind the emperor’s back without clothes. No, we laughed at this nonsense in the face. It wasn’t just nonsense. After all, since it was about the President of the United States, he was also serious. Thus, Donald Trump is nonsense and seriously we in Norway do not want to leave it categorically.
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