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People Revisit Trump's Tweets About Elections Back in 2012

People Revisit Trump's Tweets About Elections Back in 2012

Krieg, G. (October 20, 2016). Sound familiar? Trump called 2012 vote a ‘total sham.’ Retrieved from

This article analyzes Donald Trump’s sentiments during the presidential campaign and tries to relate them with the tweets he sent out during the 2012 presidential elections. According to Trump, the 2016 election would be “rigged” against him, “The Republican nominee's disinformation campaign continued apace during Wednesday night's debate, as Trump refused to guarantee he would accept the November 8 election results and suggested, again and without evidence, that the contest was "rigged" against him.” It was a strategy adopted to undermine the confidence in the American voting system as he complained all the way until the Election Day that he won. Donald Trump was on Twitter tweeting during the 2012 Election Day and all of them were not positive opinions presented to the public, “Very dangerous pattern developing across country by Obama supporters. Detroit poll watcher was threatened with gun.” It was as if Barrack Obama had wronged him in some way and it led to him behaving in such a manner that showed how he disliked Obama winning the 2012 presidential election, We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided!”

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