US president warns of ‘bedlam in our country’ if no winner declared on November 3, which he predicts is ‘highly likely’
Donald Trump, challenger Joe Biden and their top surrogates were barreling through crucial states in the industrial Midwest and the coastal southeast on Saturday, in a frantic sprint to mobilize voters as they pressed their closing arguments with the US presidential election only days away.
Using some of his most urgent language yet, Trump warned of “bedlam in our country” if no clear winner emerges quickly in the November 3 election, saying, without evidence, that it could take weeks to sort out a result and that “very bad things” could happen in the interim.
Trump told a Pennsylvania rally it was “highly likely you’re not going to have a decision” on election day.
“November 3rd is going to come and go and we’re not going to know and you’re going to have bedlam in our country” he said, warning of “very bad things” including rampant voting fraud.