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Obama jokes “Navy SEALs” could be sent to White House to drag Trump – Dateway

During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, former President Barack Obama joked that Navy SEALs could be used to force Donald Trump out of the White House.

Kimmel asked Obama if there was a place Trump could hide in the White House.

“You know the White House well. You lived there for eight years. Are there places where someone could hide? As if, say, they are going to be deleted? Are there any small holes or anything that you know of? Joked Kimmel.

“Well, I think we can still send Navy SEALs to dig it up,” Obama replied.

While Obama was obviously joking, Biden’s campaign was deadly serious when it launched a similar threat against Trump just two days after the election.

“The United States government is capable of escorting White House intruders,” a Biden campaign statement said.

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As previously reported, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley met with TV presenters the weekend before the election to let them know that the U.S. military will not be intervening in the election. stride.

Milley sought to “dispel any notion of the role of the military in adjudicating a contested election or making any decision regarding the removal of a White House president.”

The Trump campaign is still involved in litigation efforts to overturn the election result, claiming millions of votes have shifted from Trump to Biden.

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