[Global Times Reporter Lin RI Zhenxiang] what if there is such a “nightmare”: after the vote on November 3, the two candidates won little difference in the vote rate, and refused to admit defeat on the ground that there was fraud and manipulation in the election. Supporters of both sides took to the streets and even armed themselves to fight With the election campaign entering the white hot stage, similar concerns about “election nightmare” are growing in the US public opinion field. The background of its emergence is that U.S. President trump has recently repeatedly questioned the existence of corruption and injustice in the election, suggesting that if he loses, he may not recognize the election results. The US media believe that for the first time in modern American history, a president seeking re-election made a gesture that might negate the election results before the vote, or it might mean endless controversy after the election or even a terrible “doomsday scene”. With the rising concern of public opinion, it is the fierce Crusade between the two parties. In the third day of the National Congress, former US President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other “big men” took turns to attack trump fiercely, while the latter responded with anger in his usual style. < / P > < p > “is the president saying that unless he wins the election, he won’t accept the election results?” At the White House press conference on the afternoon of the 19th, facing the reporter’s question, White House press secretary Kelly mcnani said: “the president has been saying that he will see what will happen and then make a decision.” The answer < / P > < p > is obviously difficult to satisfy the mainstream media in the United States. CNN commented that “the white house doesn’t even pretend that trump will not question the election results.” McNally’s response is very clear: if trump loses, don’t expect him to admit defeat. In a series of statements and tweets in the past few months, trump has attacked the fairness of the postal vote, insisting that the election was somehow manipulated. According to the article, trump has been creating an invincible atmosphere throughout his life, a narrative of winning, winning and winning. When polls show he may not win, he makes up excuses to explain why. These excuses are always about the nameless “they.”. Due to the new crown epidemic crisis, many American voters may vote by mail this year. This has been constantly questioned and criticized by trump. According to a US media survey, most voters who support Biden said they would prefer to vote by mail, while about two-thirds of trump supporters said they would prefer to vote in person on election day. On the 18th, trump once again attacked the mailing of votes, saying that mass mailing of votes might lead to “another round” of the election. “You have to make sure you vote correctly,” he said. You can’t mail millions of votes everywhere, to the dead, to dogs, to cats… ” It is against this background that there are various concerns about “election nightmare” in the US media. “The presidential campaign team is preparing for a nightmare scenario,” CNN reported, predicting the “doomsday scenario” that could emerge after the 2020 election: dozens of lawsuits challenging state election results, accusations of voter fraud and “manipulation” of the election, millions of votes were late due to mail delays, and the counting continued for weeks after election day, and the president refused to take office on Inauguration Day Give up power when it is near According to the article, these are just some of the many unprecedented possibilities considered by the trump and Biden campaign teams during the campaign, which has become the biggest test of the American system in decades. Both camps have allocated millions of dollars to form a large legal team to develop contingency plans for a potentially contentious post vote phase that is expected to last a long time. In an article entitled “how to avoid post election nightmares” on the 18th of the Fox News Network, the United States wrote: imagine that Biden won the presidential election by a narrow margin in November, while trump refused to admit defeat. Trump may find out such arguments as vote fraud by mail. Imagine this for months, until the new president takes office in January next year. Imagine that both sides took to the streets to demonstrate, and the police were unable or unwilling to control large-scale riots. Some of the armed trump supporters, angry at the idea that someone was trying to launch a coup, decided to solve the problem themselves. This may sound far fetched, according to the article. But in June, an organization called the transition integrity project invited more than 100 experts from both parties to conduct a simulation exercise on what might happen after election day. The report released after the exercise said: “we expect legal proceedings, very different media reports, attempts to prevent the counting of votes and demonstrations by supporters of both sides. The probability of violent conflict is very high…” The United States is not without precedent in the dispute over the election results. In 2000, the Republican George W. Bush and Gore were neck and neck in the general election. In key Florida, George W. Bush won by a mere 537 votes. Such a small gap led to a month long offensive and defensive war between the two camps on whether to re check the votes. CNN said that Americans had been waiting for 34 days for the result of George W. Bush’s victory over Gore as president. If you think the situation at that time was very bad, then wait to see the world. The New York Times said the vote ended on November 3, but the legal battle will not. Compared with what may happen after the election in November this year, the situation may be similar to that of the election for middle school students. It’s not just Florida that faces an election in November. We should not only fight a series of lawsuits on one issue, but also numerous lawsuits on various issues. The possibility of ugly November – even December and January the following year – is rising. The mainstream media in the United States are more concerned about Trump’s “default” after losing the election. However, there are also many analysts, especially conservatives, who believe that trump may not lose even though the poll is lagging behind for the time being. According to the Washington Post, four years ago, the poll showed that Hillary Clinton was 12% ahead of trump, but she lost the election with more votes. According to an analysis quoted by Fox News Network a few days ago, the “highly toxic political environment” has led to “very inaccurate” opinion polls. From now until November 3, the new crown vaccine may become the biggest variable. According to the Atlantic Monthly, despite the death of more than 170000 Americans and the economic downturn caused by the new outbreak, the latest survey shows that Trump’s core support camp is still strong. There are many other worries for trump. According to the “New York Times” reported on the 20th, a federal judge again ruled that trump must submit tax records to the Manhattan district prosecutor. On the same day, Trump’s former adviser ban Nong was arrested for suspected fraud. Although trump said that he had not crossed with Bannon for a long time, the case involved the border wall between the United States and Mexico, or had an impact on trump. Some U.S.A. still “bumps into China” for the sake of election. On the 19th, Navarro, the consistent director of the White House’s office of national trade and manufacturing policy, claimed to have reached a consensus with China to seek to defeat trump in the November presidential election. Zhao Lijian, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, refuted on the 20th that Navarro’s statement was pure nonsense. Zhao Lijian stressed that the US election is an internal affair, and we have no interest in it and have never interfered. At the same time, we urge American politicians not to take China as an example in the election campaign for their own self-interest. < / P > < p > at a time when public opinion worries are rising, the artillery fire of both sides attacking each other is more fierce. On the 19th, the US National Congress entered its third day. Obama, Hillary Clinton, speaker of the house of Representatives Pelosi and vice presidential nomination Harris on the same day took turns to attack trump in his speech. < p > < p > according to the US “Capitol Hill” newspaper, the stars launched an angry offensive against trump. Mr Harris said Trump’s “failure in leadership is murder for money.”. The most alarming moment of the night was the fierce speech of former President Barack Obama. Obama denounced trump as a conspiracy theorist, inciting hatred and weakening America’s position in the world. “Trump is not up to the job because he is not competent,” he said. The consequences of this failure are serious. 170000 Americans lost their lives and millions of jobs lost Our democracy is under serious threat never before. ” Some media said that this is Obama’s most personal and direct criticism of trump so far. Trump countered Obama’s accusations at the White House press conference on the same day. He said Obama was a “incompetent” and “bad” leader, “and” President Obama did not do well. I’m here because of Obama and Biden. If they did well, I would not be here. ” Trump also sent out a number of tweets on the 19th, criticizing Obama and others. Trump will travel to Pennsylvania, the swing state where Biden was born, to criticize Biden’s failure in public service for decades, Reuters reported. His campaign team said Trump’s speech would point out that “Biden has failed the United States for half a century” and boost Republican support in Pennsylvania.