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'We may have to go for an extra term, ok?' - Trump

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'We may have to go for an extra term, ok?' - Trump

'We may have to go for an extra term, ok?' - Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump, speaking at a rally in North Carolina on Monday (August 9), makes remarks about an 'extra term,' but says 'he's only kidding.'

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'We may have to go for an extra term, ok?' - Trump

"Tomorrow you're going to see headlines, Trump wants an extra term.

I told you, I told you he wants an extra term.

He wants an extra term ladies and gentlemen, we told you.

We told you he's a dictator.

We told you.

No, no, I'm only kidding.

I'm only kidding," he said.

Trump went to Fayetteville, a city in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District, on Monday (September 9) to rally Republican supporters in a repeat election of a 2018 contest that was tainted by fraud.

Both Republicans and Democrats expect Tuesday's election to be close and to provide clues about what might happen in presidential and congressional elections next year.

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