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This is not the first time Trump has called himself a dictator or alluded to his authoritarian desires, but it is the first time he has adopted the label via word cloud. Earlier this month, the Republican frontrunner told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he would not be a dictator “except on day one.”
Trump reiterated his remarks, saying a few days later at a New York Young Republican Club rally in Manhattan: “I said I wanted to be a dictator for a day” and added: “You know why I wanted to be a dictator. dictator? Because I want a wall and I want to drill, drill, drill.
Trump also praised authoritarian leaders, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and North Korean strongman Kim Jong-un.
The former president said a second Trump administration would “eliminate” critics “who live like vermin” in government. Allies and surrogates of the former president have also hinted at possible reprisals and reprisals against media figures. Kash Patel, a Trump loyalist who served in the Department of Defense and the National Security Council during his presidency, said during a recent appearance on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast that “we will go find the conspirators not only in government, but in the media.”
The Daily Mail poll found Trump and Biden virtually tied in a head-to-head matchup, with Trump leading Biden 46 to 43 percent. Biden’s word cloud contained the words “nothing” as well as “peace,” “economy” and “democracy.”
The Daily Mail worked with polling firm JL Partners on the poll. The poll surveyed 984 likely voters across the country and has a margin of error of 3.1 percent.
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