Mr. Biden accelerates transition to power President Trump’s way out of November 9 at 7:02 a.m.
Former Vice President Biden of the Democratic Party, who declared victory in the U.S. presidential election, has been accelerating moves toward a transition to power since the start of the week, including rushing to launch a new coronavirus team. On the other hand, President Trump is ready to fight in court, as the election is not over yet, but the U.S. media has also conveyed the view that it will not be possible to change the inferiority, and the focus is on how the president will come out.
Former Democratic Vice President Biden, who declared victory after he was reportedly certain to win the U.S. presidential election, visited a church in eastern Delaware with his family on the 8th.
Mr Biden did not respond to reporters, but on the 9th of the week, he said he would nominate members of a response team, including experts, to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, which is his biggest challenge for the time being, accelerating the transition to power.
A senior Biden camp official appeared on CNN television and said, “I don’t think there has been any contact from the White House so far,” and revealed that he had not heard from President Trump to admit defeat.
Meanwhile, President Trump, after going to the same golf course as the previous day, posted on Twitter and attacked the media, reporting on Mr. Biden’s election, “When did the outddal media decide the next president?”
Sen. Gramm, a Republican heavyweight who appeared on FOX tv, also claimed that there was evidence that the votes of voters who had already died had been cast, and said, “The President should never admit to losing.
We should fight thoroughly.”
However, over the re-aggregation that the Trump camp is expected to seek in Georgia, Wisconsin, etc. in addition to the movement of lawsuits over postal votes, etc., in past examples, it is said that only a few hundred votes will change even if re-aggregated, and the U.S. media will not be able to change the current inferiority.
For this reason, it is still unclear how far President Trump’s legal battle will affect the election results, and the focus is on how the president will come out.