Wednesday on CNN’s OutFront, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer accused President Trump of having no “honesty, honor, values, or faith in the American system,” and declared that he “doesn’t deserve to be president.”
In a video, when asked about committing to a peaceful transfer of power during a press conference, Trump responded, “We will have to see what happens. You know that. I have been complaining very strongly about the ballots, and the ballots are a disaster.”
“President Trump is not a dictator, and the American people will not allow him to be one,” Schumer said. “This man has no, no honesty, honor, values, or faith in the American system. He doesn’t deserve to be president. And hopefully, he will learn his lesson.”
“The American people are wedded to democracy,” Schumer continued. “We believe in democracy. And the kind of thing Trump is talking about just will not happen. One way or another, there will be a peaceful transition of power, and President Trump will not get his wish. One thing I say to the American people is vote, vote early, and the best way to is defeat him in a landslide, and that’s what I hope will happen.”
There will be a landslide, Senator. A landslide for Trump.