Mr. Biden in the U.S. presidential election, Mr. Trump as he moves to transition to power… November 9, 18:27
Former Vice President Biden of the Democratic Party, who declared victory in the U.S. presidential election, is moving toward a transition to power. Meanwhile, President Trump, who is ready to continue his court battle, remains silent and focuses on how to get out in the future.
In the U.S. presidential election, former Vice President Biden of the Democratic Party of Japan declared his victory and announced his intention to set up a new coronavirus team, as well as to announce the status of the new administration’s ministerial appointments, and is moving toward a transition to power in preparation for the inauguration in January next year.
Former Republican President George W. Bush and former chairman of the National Economic Council, Cohn, who served as the head of economic strategy in the Trump administration, have also congratulated Mr. Biden.
President Trump, on the other hand, has remained silent except for posting on Twitter several times since Mr Biden’s election was reported, and some media outlets have reported that President Trump’s family, including Mrs. Melania, have been umbring defeat.
Aling the Trump campaign has filed lawsuits across the United States seeking an insealing of the tally of doubts in election ballots, many trials have dismissed the appeal, saying it is “unfounded.”
As interest in the nation shifts to the next administration, the focus is on how far the legal battle will continue and what kind of message president Trump will convey to the public.
China cautious about expressing attitude
Commenting on former Vice President Biden’s declaration of victory in the U.S. presidential election, a spokesman for China’s Foreign Ministry, Liu Wen斌, said at a news conference Wednesday that “we are mind-bogning about Mr. Biden’s declaration that he was elected.”
On the other hand, “we understand that the outcome of the presidential election will be determined based on U.S. law and related procedures. “How China expresses its attitude is based on international conventions,” he said, not to express his official attitude, but to be cautious.
On that basis, Mr. Liu said, “China and the United States should respect each other and control differences on the basis that they do not interfere in the administration, and I hope that the new administration of the United States will step up to China.”