US election 2020: Donald Trump suggests he'll leave America if Biden wins

US election 2020: Donald Trump suggests he'll leave America if Biden wins

- The US President Donald Trump has said he can not take in the embarrassment he will have to face should he lose to former Vice President Joe Biden

- The head of state suggested if he lost to the Democratic presidential candidate, he would leave the country

- Trump was speaking during a rally in Georgia where he continued with his criticism of Joe Biden and other myriads of issues

- He further noted that he was not going to conduct any fundraisers for his presidential campaigns

President Donald Trump has hinted at leaving the United States of America (USA) should he lose to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in the forthcoming election.

US election 2020: Donald Trump suggests he'll leave America if Biden wins
The United States of America (USA) President Donald Trump. Photo: CNN.
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The incumbent said it would be embarrassing for him to lose to the former vice president whose candidacy he has repeatedly mocked.

He was speaking during a rally in Georgia on Friday, October 16, where he spoke for close to two hours while sounding proud to be in friendly territory, The Business Insider reported.

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"Could you imagine if I lose? I'm not going to feel so good. Maybe I will have to leave the country, I don't know," he said.

However, it was reported most of his remarks during the rally focused on his own personal grievances.

They included the joy he alleged his opponents felt at his virus diagnosis, a news media he continues to argue was stacked against him.

In the past few weeks leading up to the election, Trump came under sharp criticism for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

A New York Times bombshell report about his tax returns, which showed he only paid $750 in taxes in 2016 and 2017, as well as a myriad of other legal battles were also among things criticised.

Technology companies and, of course, his Democratic opponent Biden, and his family were also topics of discussions during the rally.

He also said he had opted out of raising money for his presidential campaigns as he entered the final stretch of the election.

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“I could raise more money. I would be the world’s greatest fundraiser, but I just do not want to do it," he said.

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