On Sunday, senior Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller elucidated a major point of controversy regarding the November presidential election, noted the importance of Joe Biden’s running mate and dismissed the idea that the campaign would accept the foreign aid.
After President Trump suggested in a recent tweet that the election may have to be delayed due to the coronavirus because postal voting could expose the election to fraud, Senior Advisor Jason Miller assured the American public in an interview with “Fox News Sunday” that this would not happen.
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“The election will take place on November 3. President Trump wants the Nov. 3 election, ”Miller said. Miller went on to say that it is the Democratic governors who are trying to extend the election by pushing the postal vote and even extending the deadline for ballots mailed after election day.
Meanwhile, Biden is expected to announce his running mate this month, and Miller noted which one he chooses is of great importance, given speculation on how long Biden would remain in office if he wins in November. .
“This is a consequence of the fact that for Joe Biden his choice of vice president is in many ways his political will to live,” Miller said. “He’s already said he’s going to be a transition candidate to the next generation. He declined to say he would run for a second term, so it doesn’t matter who gets chosen. ”
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Host Chris Wallace also asked Miller if the Trump campaign would accept any help from foreign governments or foreign nationals to defeat Joe Biden after Trump’s 2016 campaign was accused of benefiting from Russian interference via hacking and the publication of Democratic emails.
At first, Miller seemed to turn away, declaring it was a “silly question” while also turning to how the Clinton campaign received help from former British spy Christopher Steele in 2016.
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Miller then gave a firmer answer.
“No, we’re going to beat Joe Biden fair and straight here, absolutely,” he said, later adding that “there is no foreign aid going on in this campaign”.