The Battle On Capitol Hill
President Trump will nominate a woman as a successor to the late Justice Ginsburg who died last Friday of pancreatic cancer at age 87. With only six weeks remaining before the election, Republicans are pushing to move quickly on a successor while Democrats want to keep the seat open until after the election. Replacing the liberal icon with a conservative jurist could further entrench the high court’s rightward shift.
During a news conference, President Trump was asked if he would commit to a peaceful transfer of power whether he won or lost in November. He replied, "Well, we will have to see what happens. I have been complaining very strongly about the ballots. The ballots are out of control, but Congressional Republicans say they are committed to a peaceful election process and transfer of power if the Democrats win.”
Today our nation faces a lot of serious challenges. With the national election coming soon, we as the model for free democratic nations can't even agree on what our leader said about the transfer of power. When Republicans rush to nominate a new justice for the Supreme Court, conservatives and liberals will be out of balance for the important issues that face our country like the Affordable Care Act and the abortion issue and we will be faced with very different results from the highest court in the land.
We urge the Congress, especially the Senate, to make the right decision and to watch out for the majority interests of the people.
在白宮記者會上， 川普總統被問到是否可以讓白宮政權順利交接時，他回答這要看當時之情形而定 ，他對於目前已經在進行的通訊投票表示極度不滿 ，但是共和黨方面保证，如果民主黨勝出，一定會和平移交政權。