more than 40% of Americans they think so Civil war Both in some way Probably in the next ten yearsAccording to a survey by YouGov and The Economist, that number rises to 50% among those who call themselves strongly Republican. On Sunday evening, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham spoke Possibility of ‘street riots’ if Donald Trump is indicted To carry classified documents after leaving the White House, materials recovered by the FBI from the former president’s home on August 8 search.
Responding to Graham’s words, former acting deputy attorney general Mary McCord told CNN it was “incredibly irresponsible for an elected official to make veiled threats of violence. By saying that ‘people are angry, they can be violent,'” he said. He showed that “What both Trump and Lindsey Graham know is that people listen and rally. What happened on January 6 is the result of the same kind of tactic by President Trump and his allies.”
Since the attack on the Capitol almost two years ago, Fears of political violence grew, although most experts believe that a large-scale armed conflict, such as the American Civil War of 1861-1865, remains unlikely. However, many fear the escalation of political divisions and apparent political violence, especially as Republicans who support Trump in electoral fraud are running for Congress, for the role of governor, and in elections for key positions in the state.
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