As the US elections come close, US President Donald Trump has refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses November’s election.

According to BBC, while speaking during a White House news conference, Mr. Trump said,  “Well, we’ll have to see what happens,”  “You know that.”

He again cast doubt on postal voting, after disclosing that he believed the election result could end up in the US Supreme Court.

While the need to keep Americans safe from coronavirus was mentioned, mail-in voting by some states was also encouraged.

Meanwhile, every losing presidential candidate in modern times has conceded.

It would take the US into unchartered territory and it is not clear how it would play out, If Mr Trump was to refuse to accept the result of the election.

Democrat Joe Biden, who is also President Trump’s opponent, has previously said that in this scenario he believes the military would be deployed to remove Mr Trump from the White House.

Reporters were also inquisitive to get answers from Mr. Trump Mr Trump concerning peaceful transfer of power “win, lose or draw” to Mr Biden.

So far Mr. Trump at the moment trails his challenger in national opinion polls with 41 days to go until the election.

Mr Trump, a Republican, said, “I’ve been complaining very strongly about the ballots,”  “And the ballots are a disaster.”