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Trump Refuses to Tell Supporters to Stay Calm During Election, Urges Them to Swarm Polls and ‘Watch Very Carefully’

Mediaite Wednesday, 30 September 2020
President Donald Trump refused to urge his supporters to "stay calm" if there is no clear winner of the coming general 2020 on election night
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