Many countries around the world are interested in the US presidential election. The US presidential election could have a profound effect on the world. So it’s no surprise that it’s the headlines in many parts of the world.
“This election could turn into a protracted political crisis,” Russia’s Channel One TV morning program said on Tuesday.
Another channel, Russia24, reported that measures were now being taken to protect protesters and looters from buildings and shops across the UMany countries around the world are interested in the US presnited States.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has given an interview to CBS TV, the country’s English-language TV channel Press TV reported.
“If the United States stops its hostile attitude towards Iran, whoever is in the White House, the situation will change,” he said.
News of this election is being widely publicized in the Arab media.
Saudi Arabia’s Al Arabiya TV said, “This election is taking place in an unprecedentedly divided and very tense environment, with riots and protests being feared.”
Turkish media reports suggest they are in favor of President Trump’s re-election. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has a very warm relationship with President Trump. However, Turkish newspapers Karar and Yenikag reported that the election could be held at a police station and that candidates might object to the results. Source: BBC