Trump calls for the nullification of the Constitution in Truth Social post.

Former President Donald Trump called for the Constitution to be repealed in order to overturn the 2020 election and restore him to power on Saturday, continuing his election denial and promotion of fringe conspiracy theories.

Trump’s tweet came after the publication of internal Twitter emails revealing 2020 deliberation over a New York Post story about material discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Trump’s remarks, according to White House spokesman Andrew Bates, are “anathema to the soul of our nation” and should be “universally condemned.”

“You can’t love America if you don’t win,” Bates said in a statement. “The American Constitution is a sacred document that has guaranteed freedom and the rule of law in our great country for over 200 years.” The Constitution unites the American people, regardless of political party, and elected officials swear to uphold it. It is the ultimate memorial to all Americans who gave their lives to defeat self-serving despots who abused their power and trampled on fundamental rights.”

The decision to restrict the article in accordance with Twitter’s policy on hacked materials was a topic of discussion and, at times, disagreement among members of the company’s legal, policy, and communications teams. When Joe Biden, Hunter Biden’s father, was challenging then-President Trump in the 2020 election, the debate took place just weeks before the election.