U.S. presidential election Mr. Trump’s stance on court battle will not break the focus on how to get out in the future

U.S. Presidential Election Mr. Trump Continues to Fight in Court November 9, 12:08 p.m.

While former Democratic Vice President Biden declared victory in the U.S. presidential election, President Trump has not broken his stance of continuing his court battle. Under these circumstances, there are reports that the family is persuading them to accept defeat, and the focus is on how President Trump, who has not speaking publicly for three days, will appear.
Former Vice President Biden of the Democratic Party, who declared victory in the U.S. presidential election, is accelerating his move to transition to power on the 9th of the week as he plans to launch a new coronavirus team, his biggest challenge for the time being.

President Trump, on the other hand, spent the next eight days at a golf course near Washington.

During that time, he has repeatedly tweeted claims that there has been fraud over the presidential election and has not lost his stance in court, but he has not appeared in public for three days since he held a press conference on May 5.

Against this situation, CNN reported today that officials told President Trump that Mrs. Melania and her daughter-in-law Kushner’s senior advisers would admit defeat.

In addition, there are only a limited number of republicans in the family who clearly support President Trump’s claims at this time, and Vice President Pence and his aides, Secretary of State Pompeo, have remained silent.

President Trump has said he will “put more effort into the battle in court from the beginning of the week,” and the focus is on how the president will appear in the future.