How to stop Trump: What you need to know about the 2020 election

“If he were to be reelected, he will go down in history as one of the greatest presidents in our nation’s history,” Trump said in a tweet on Thursday.

“He will leave a legacy of greatness.”

Trump’s comments come after the president warned that Democrats will “be forced” to “take care” of the country and its people if they are to prevent the impeachment of him. 

Trump also tweeted a warning about the possibility of a Clinton presidency.

“Democrats will be forced to take care of the Country,” he said.

“This is a threat to our Constitution.

They will be on the wrong side of history.”

 Democrats will also be forced, by the same threat, to take Care of the American People.

This is a Threat to our Constitutions.

They Will be on The Wrong Side of History.

– President Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 28, 2020Trump has repeatedly said that he intends to run in 2020 to help the party regain control of Congress and potentially win back the White House, and he has repeatedly accused Democrats of “rigging” the election and trying to stop him from being president.

“He is not going to be president of the United States,” Trump told CNN on Monday.

“You know, I don’t care what anybody says, if I am elected, we’re going to have to take the country back.”

“The fact is, it is a rigged system.

The system is rigged.

And the system is being rigged,” Trump added. 

While Trump has yet to confirm whether he will run, a number of top Democrats have expressed interest in a 2020 bid, including Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and former Vice President Joe Biden, Biden’s running mate.