Trump ridiculed Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah for what he proposed to postpone the elections | Instant News


But trump, like Noah says he’s now “brilliant election strategy.”

“No,” said the host.

On Thursday morning, trump put forward the idea of delaying the November election, making unsubstantiated statements, which are widely spread in the vote will result in fraudulent results tweeting“It will be a big shame for US. To postpone the election until people can properly, securely, and safely vote???”

The President’s proposal, which, according to the Constitution do not give him to do it — attracted unprecedented opposition from top Republicans and Prominent conservatives as well as Democrats, historians and legal experts, The Washington Post reports. Accusations continued into the night TV comics often trump critics rushed to ridicule the President, comparing his behavior to the totalitarian leader.

“It’s basically the movement of a dictator, but trump just casually throwing it out there on Twitter with a bunch of question marks, as if he was on a group text trying bail in “happy hour”,” Noah joked, before slipping into his impersonation of the President. “Hey ya’ll, November 3, is not suitable for me. Maybe we should just take for 2021? Thoughts? What do you guys think, huh?”

As Seth Meyers and Jimmy Fallon took on the way trump announced his eyebrow-raising suggestions.

“Oh Great, so not only he accidentally suggesting destroying American democracy, he does this as he offers snacks in the party,” Meyers said.

Fallon called Trump card “to end with question marks”.

“The last thing our country needs now is a cliffhanger,” he joked.

The specialists stressed that a trump cannot change the date of the General election, the government that holds Congress on the night of the hosts said that it is not allowed to do something hasn’t stopped the President in the past.

“We will continue to have elections on 3 November, but he probably just add a hundred days in August,” said Noah. “And of course, the court may cancel it but it won’t happen until the 73-August”.

Myers was just as skeptical.

“It’s not enough just to consult your pocket Constitution, dismiss the tweet of the President and move on satisfied that we beat him to check,” he said. “Otherwise, we’re just as Av nerds club explaining the school bully, why is it illegal to steal our lunch money while he repeatedly dunks his head in the toilet.”

The chances are slim to trump to review the Constitution, said Myers.

“If you locked him in a room and told him to read the Constitution, you didn’t come five minutes later to find it tucked in your shirt like a bib, and he swallows a bunch raw foods Goya” – commented a leading.

Trump did not indicate Thursday whether he’s serious to insist on the delay, and it does not mean that he thinks he can make decisions without the approval of Congress. Later that same day, the President told reporters at a press conference that he does not want to delay the elections, but said the alternative is, again, “curves elections” seems to be hinting that he is ready to challenge the results if he loses.

Although trump the escalation of his rhetoric about the election in recent weeks, on Thursday, a tweet caught Fallon off-guard and left him with lots of questions.

“The Americans are like, ‘how long a delay are we talking about here?’” he asked. “’Months, as your response to covid? Years as your response to Putin? Or decades how to embrace younger? Just give us a clue’”.

On the other hand, Noah said he had predicted several years ago, the time trajectory of trump in office, when he compared the President with an “African dictator”.

“People reacted like I was crazy, but this is how it begins,” Noah said. “First, they just assume that you postpone the elections, they suggest that some votes are not valid and very soon they say, ‘You know what’s really unfair? That there are two political parties. Why are there two political parties? Let it be only one. Then, you will not have to worry about making all those decisions.’”

Still, Noah reminded his audience that delaying the elections in the United States is “absurd suggestion.”

“For starters, both candidates, as 200 years ago,” he said. “I mean, we got to keep things moving.”





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