US Senator Bernie Sanders considered that the recent statements made by US President Donald Trump on the transfer of power, evidence that he is ready to "undermine American democracy."\r\n\r\nSanders said, "This election is a choice between Donald Trump and democracy, and democracy should win."\r\n\r\nThe Democratic Senator accused Trump of "trying to suppress the electorate on a large scale" and "sowing seeds of chaos, ambiguity and conspiracy theories by questioning the integrity of this election."\r\n\r\nSanders called for the formation of a special independent committee to oversee the elections, and a hearing in the Senate against the backdrop of Trump's statements.\r\n\r\nOn Wednesday, Trump had suggested that the results of the upcoming elections might be decided in the US Supreme Court, and he refused to pledge a peaceful transfer of power after the elections.\r\n\r\nHowever, Trump has refused to pledge a peaceful transfer of power in the United States of America (USA) if he loses the November 3 election to his Democratic rival Joe Biden.\r\n\r\nWe'll see what happens," Trump, a Republican, told reporters at the White House on Thursday when was asked whether he would stick to a peaceful transfer of power.\r\n\r\nThe president has repeatedly sought to question the legitimacy of the election due to his concerns about the mail vote that Democrats had encouraged during the Coronavirus pandemic.\r\n\r\nTrump had expressed his belief that the matter will end with the 2020 presidential elections in the Supreme Court.\u00a0He added that he believes that this is the reason for the importance of having nine judges in the Supreme Court.\r\n\r\nSpeaking at the White House, Trump said Senator Lindsey Graham, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, would not even have to hold a hearing for the Supreme Court nominee and that the process would proceed quickly.\r\n\r\nThis follows the death of a liberal court judge, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on Friday.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, Republican Senator Mitt Romney from Utah compared US President Donald Trump's comment on the post-election handover of power with the situation in Belarus.\r\n\r\nRomney said in a tweet, hours earlier, that the peaceful transfer of power is fundamental to democracy, otherwise, it is similar to Belarus. That is, the president may not respect this constitutional guarantee, which is unreasonable and unacceptable."\r\n\r\nYesterday, Wednesday, Trump evaded and did not directly respond, in a press conference, to a question about whether he would guarantee a peaceful transfer of power after the presidential elections in November.\r\n\r\nHe only expressed his confidence in his victory.\r\n\r\nIn February, Romney became the first senator in American history to support the impeachment of the head of state of his own party, during the congressional consideration of the withdrawal of confidence from Trump.\r\n\r\nFor his part, Trump has long criticized Romney, stating that he did not make enough effort to defeat Democrat Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential elections.\r\n\r\nTrump said he is afraid that he may lose the upcoming presidential election in November due to voting by mail.\r\n\r\nDemocrats supported this method of voting instead of casting ballots in polling stations across the country.\r\n\r\nHe expressed concern that voting by mail is the only possibility that can make him lose, because they (mean Democrats) are deceiving, looting, stealing.\r\n\r\nThey ( Democrats) are not sending (ballot papers) to some areas, especially Republican ones." Trump said over an interview with The Washington Times, a pro-Republicans daily newspaper.\r\n\r\nProceeding from this, US President believes that expressing will in this way can lead to violations of law.\r\n\r\nTrump has repeatedly spoken out against the option to vote by mail, which could be allowed in to states due to the new novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand US President sees that former US Vice President Joseph ( Joe) Biden, who won enough votes from delegates for the upcoming Democratic Party convention, to run for the presidency in November, is weaker than former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who contested him for the presidency in 2016.