Trump says won’t be ‘stupid’ to transfer power peacefully

Washington - U.S. President Donald Trump has claimed once more that it was impossible for him to lose in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, adding that he would be "stupid" to hand over the office peacefully should he lose.

Talking to his supporters gathered at Williamsburg International Airport in Virginia during a Friday night campaign rally, Trump raised suspicions once more about cheating in the election.  "We're not gonna lose this, except if they cheat," Trump said.

"That's the only way we're gonna lose is if there's, uh, mischief," he said, further noting: "And it will have to be on a big scale."

Vox cites growing concern among experts Trump is set to commit election fraud to remain at the helm for a second term.

Trump predicted that there would be cheating and he would remain in power.  "And we do want a very friendly transition, but we don't want to be cheated and be stupid and say, 'Oh, let's transit -- we'll go and we'll do a transition' and we know that there were thousands and thousands of ballots that made the difference through cheating," he reiterated.

Earlier this week, the president had refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power if he were to lose to his Democratic rival, Joe Biden.

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Cuban cartoonists awarded in Turkey

Ankara - The Cubans Brady Izquierdo and Javier Curbelo were awarded at the Covid-19 International Cartoon Contest of Kartal, a town belonging to the metropolitan area of ​​Istanbul, the Cuban embassy reported here today.

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Paris - Cuba's Education Minister Ena Elsa Velazquez called on Thursday to hold a UNESCO virtual forum to international solidarity and cooperation to guarantee quality and inclusive education globally.

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Cuban President highlights birth of National Anthem

Havana - Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel today highlighted the creation of the island's National Anthem, which also commemorates Cuban Day of Culture.

Through the social network Twitter, the president recalled the event, which has become a celebration both online and with activities in institutions in accordance with health standards to avoid Covid-19 infections.

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